Perpetual Consumption

Australian born Clayton Blake is a multidisciplinary installation artist widely recognized for his large scale works that employ various elements of architecture and sculpture. Clayton uses a diverse range of materials to create large scale, contemporary installations that challenge and excite. He constructs expansive works that respond to or reflect their environments, whilst challenging and distorting the viewer’s preconceptions of structures and space. His art practice involves creating works that are interactive, inhabitable and participatory.

Perpetual Consumption is a comment on the perpetual cycle of mass consumerism we are exposed to. The objective of the artwork is to encourage debate and shine a light on our spending / consuming habits in the hope that we will consume less and reduce, reuse, recycle and repurpose more. 

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