Dane Mitchell is interested in things that no longer exist. His tree-like radio masts transmit lists compiled by the artist of lost and extinct entities. The lists are enumerated by an electronic voice and are transmitted by two antennae hidden in artificial trees, normally employed to conceal telecommunications infrastructure. Post hoc highlights the implications associated with loss and extinction.
Select wifi-network ‘posthoc’ and download posthoc.co to find Mitchell’s lists of lost things.
Post hoc, 2019/2020
Two cell tower pine trees, each comprising:
galvanized steel, mild steel, aluminum, plastic, Raspberry Pi, hard drive, speaker,
acoustic insulation, range booster, and other electrical components
Courtesy of Mossman, New Zealand and the artist
© Stiftung Skulpturenpark Köln, 2020, Foto: Simon Vogel, Köln