Peter Salera

MFA Textiles

Updated: July 28th

[ 01 ] Excavationist setup comprised of a Planar Object Holder, Looped Vessel, Orange Nutriment, Planar Nutriment, Concave Receptacle with Nutriments, and Flexible Containment Vessel. Objects dated to 2067.
[ 02 ] Excavationist setup, shown here in exhibition view.
[ 03 ] Object-oriented Transcendentalist setup comprised of a series of multi-material releasements, including Detritus Releasement, Topographical Releasement, Vase Releasement, and Garment Releasement.
[ 04 ] Detail image of the Detritus Releasement. Composition made from linen, gathered receipts, and cotton embroidery stitching.
[ 05 ] Detail image of the Detritus Releasement, with topography stitching.
[ 06 ] Detail image of the Planar Object Holder. Comprised of electronic waste including AC adapters, MacBook charging cables, iPhone charging cords, and tri-color AV adapter cords.
[ 07 ] Full image of the Planar Object Holder, dated to 2067.
[ 08 ] Body Holster, comprised of 16 and 18 AWG plastic-coated copper speaker wire knitted and wrapped around a aluminum frame. Dated to 2067.
[ 09 ] Concave Receptacle filled with shredded green nutriments
[ 010 ] Chained Orange Nutriment, made from a chain-looped extension cord.
[ 011 ] Planar Nutriment, comprised of 16AWG plastic-coated copper speaker wire.
[ 012 ] Flexible Containment Vessel, shown here in action. Made of excavated 16AWG plastic-coated copper speaker wire.
[ 013 ] Bodily Covering for Somatic Releasement. Bodysuit shown here on modern model demonstrating how it was worn. Comprised of cotton and cashmere, programmed and knitted using an electronic knitting machine. Assembled by hand.
[ 014 ] Detail of the torso of the Bodily Covering for Somatic Releasement.
[ 015 ] Close up of Topographical Releasement. Made of wool and knitted using a Shima Seiki electronic knitting machine using a topography map and numbers denoting personal information.