KraalD methodological fetishism: derives from the Bill Brown’s “Thing Theory” which is founded “from a methodological point of view, it is the things-in-motion that illuminate their human and social context” (Brown, 2001, p. 6).

What is Above So is Below: Land CitySelf Flock, Sea PET Eddy, Sea Urchin & Jellyfish 

 

Part of the Tall Tales of the Kitchen Kelpies’ Soup Group Exhibition. KraalD RAW Labs

 

 

Plastics Entanglements,  Rochester 2018

 

Sacred Circle aka Plastic Fetish, Isle of White 2018

Following the abiogenic petroleum origin hypotheses, discarded plastic ambalage is placed within the sacred circle. Acknowledging the eternal abundance of rocks, biota and abandoned plastic packaging found on the beach/ ocean.

#plasticspollution #designtransposal

 

Land Art aka Plastic Soil, Rochester 2018

 

 

 

XMass Tree 2015/16

KraalD/ UCA MA Design Creative Residency with  Surrey County Council -Waste Department recycling campaign exhibition at the  Friary Shopping Center, Surrey, UK Dec 2015 to Jan 2016

 

 

The Sea PET Series, 2015

 

 

Sea PET: Sea Anemone, Croatia, 2015

 

Cherry Festival Tokyo Japan 2014

 

Reuse Thirst at Sitespecific, London 2013

 

KraalD Thirst at Eco Tales Festival, London 2013

Thirst 2013 Eco Tales Festival, London

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CitySelf Anima 4 Sale 2012

Solo exhibit-pop-up store at Jeannie Avent Gallery, East Dulwich, 19-24 July, 2012. KraalD solo show, titled ‘Cityself Anima 4 Sale’, embedded in socio-consumer-ethical theory, exhibited prosumer lighting and jewellery product ranges. The opportunity to exhibit in a gallery and transforming the space into a guerrilla pop-up micro store created fertile soil for planting future qualitative produce. The solo show was an exciting opportunity to sfumato the boundaries of gallery, supermarket and street trade. This event introduced urban wildlife CitySelf flock, Boki, Mumu, and Bull to the public. Engaging small jewellery batch of Urban Bloom and creating a conversation platform allowing public to share fragmentary insights, exploring themes as: Trash is beautiful; Informal is normal;