James Fuller works with low-value, high-grade waste product. Provocative objects where the monetary and aesthetic value have slipped into a performed nothingness - and into this pours labour and capital and production.
The action taken towards some kind of ending, a cut, a crush, a drop, a dismantle, a snap, become the starting point for much more work to be done. Amputated parts skimmed for surface and volume, an uncurling procedure that passes back through highly specialised craft and industrial economies, leaving the original mass behind.
Still tiptoeing on the edge of functionality as they alternate between a position of shame, censure, and celebration.