Good Riddance/ Damaged Goods

A collaboration between Sarah Elizabeth Harford and Garrett Clough.

This installation questions identity versus uniformity by contextualizing materials within the private and public spaces within our everyday realms.

A face becoming featureless while you use it to erase an image of a home during a reading of a will.

High heel eraser rubber forms vibrating upon a hybrid bed-table.

Mistakes are essential to individuality while violence is inherent to perfection.

Sarah E. Harford, Damaged Goods, eraser rubber material, 2016.
Garrett Clough, Good Riddance,installation view, eraser rubber material, 2016.
Garrett Clough, Good Riddance, installation view, eraser rubber material, 2016.