Nicole Coon -Autumn Gallery
These small objects are the items of daily life, mass produced plastic toys unearthed from a derelict local school site. The demolition crew hauled away the structure leaving only fragments behind in the mud, excavating each small form reveals a story about a particular time and place, a geography where moments happened and where these bits and pieces are testament to a place that was alive and thriving.
Exploring these objects with curiosity through drawing, printing & photography, creating an organic visual narrative that by its own bias is based on present day interpretations of a previous time. As a grouping each artifact is individually interesting and as a collection reveals more as each item is added to the evolving form. Ordinary mass produced toys and objects reclaimed.