Although they didn’t come in peace at least they brought some nice things thanks but no thanks I’m trying to quit
If I’d realised paradise was a paddle pool I would’ve left my life jacket at home
Just what is it about today’s atmospheres that makes them so radiant, so fresh? (in tomato sauce)
Maelstrom Specimens (Northern and Southern Hemispheres)
Just what is it about today’s atmospheres that makes them so radiant, so fresh? (anti-bacterial) 2016
Potential Energy Solutions for the Dawning of the New Nu Age
Defining the Parameters of Longing (detail)
Fidget (the air grows restless still)
Certain Uncertainties (small change piece) detail
Maelstrom Specimen III (Northern Hemisphere) and Maelstrom Specimen IV (Southern Hemisphere)
Don’t Just Stand There
Wanderer above the sea of smog (2014) Framed Digital Print, Bubblegum
The grass is Always Greener
They say the smog is the reason we have such beautiful sunrises
Metorites (from the series ‘ever get the feeling you’re stuck in a bad sci-fi’)
It Will be Yesterday Soon
The Aeon Machine
Every Silver Lining
The Nature of Stuff and Things (installation shot)
Perpetual Motion Machines
Ascertaining Uncertainty (I just can’t seem to shake the feeling I’m slowly dissipating)
Observation Deck (sometimes I just come here to clear my head) Fig.1.
Obseravation Deck (sometimes I just come here to clear my head) fig.3.
Obseravation Deck (sometimes I just come here to clear my head) fig.2.
Reactivation Strategy I (detail)
Identity Anxieties (like moths to an incandescent moon)
I don’t know what it is but there’s definitely something going on upstairs
Life Threatening Lifestyles (Obese Dandelion)
an uncomfortable distance
Miranda Moss graduated from the Michaelis School of Fine art in 2012, obtaining a distinction in sculpture.
She continues to make art in Cape Town, South Africa.
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