Anna Lavender, Trinity, 2023, steel, latex, 2m x 1.10 m x 0.05m. UWE Bristol.
Trinity holds a space in time between a past that never existed and a lost
archaeological future, whilst reminiscing on obsolete labouring machines. It holds
God’s omnipotence within a neoliberal secular state. Latex leaking from the
machine that is being slowly eaten by rust suggests a sort of decomposition of
an authoritative force. A visually anthropological figure explores evidence of
archaeological violence through violent production.