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Pseudoland is a 2016 installation addressing the feeling of comfort withdrawing from a home as change emerges. The work included a full scale 3D printed rocking chair prototype, which was impossible to sit on due to the nature of it's construction. It was printed in 47 plastic parts and assembled with traditional woodworking joinery. Also fabricated for the installation were three CNC carved windows, true to scale and backlit.

"Once upon a time, the sincerity of this house disappeared. It was a pink morning and to nobody's surprise, the house felt cold and was reduced to the simulacrum of what once was." (Entrance to Pseudoland)

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