Gravy Robertson 

The generator behind the wall hums quietly. The site is a space split in two. The elements consisted of two boxes of drawings, two boxes of things, two structures, two lights powered by lemon batteries and a maintainer. Over 6 days, the system was periodically activated, triggered by the draining of batteries. When the lights went out, the objects and drawings were cyclically rearranged, moving into and out of their containers, reconfiguring their composition. At the end of this activation, the drawings and objects persist, returned to their collections to become dormant again. 


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