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This body of work is based on the philosopy and aesthetics of Suprematism. It proposes a possible point of infinity where routes converge and chances increase, a space for action and idea that can fade from view as quickly as it appears. Popular Mechanis is the construction of such a site where action and idea collide, producing its own form of fratctal geometry; fractured and self-similar structures of unpredictable pattern where direction, distance and velocity are seemingly randomised due limited vision or ignorance of hidden causes. This work employs a minimalist aesthetic, itself a proposition for change and advancement, arguably no more than a reductivist formula built on notions of linear progression and autonomy snowballing to an inevitable whiteout.