DAVID TRAUTRIMAS
david@trautrimas.ca

In The Wake Of The Bind
Eidolon Point
One Empire Wide
Crush
Element and Interval
Sweet Sediment
The Spyfrost Project
Habitat Machines
Industrial Parkland

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Element and Interval 2011: Element and Interval IV 30" x 43" archival pigment print
Element and Interval 2011: Element and Interval V 30" x 43" archival pigment print
The Spyfrost Project 2010. The Fragment Accumulator 20" x 30" digital print on archival paper ed. /14
The Spyfrost Project 2010. Carbon Inversion Device 20" x 30" digital print on archival paper ed. /14
The Spyfrost Project 2010. Micro Re-Instigator 30" x 40" digital print on archival paper ed. /10
The Spyfrost Project 2010. Mnemonic DoppelGanger 22.5" x 35 1/4" digital print on archival paper ed. /12
The Spyfrost Project 2010. Seismic Conduction Tower 20" x 30" digital print on archival paper ed. /14
The Spyfrost Project 2010. StormCrown Mechanism 30" x 40" digital print on archival paper ed. /12
The Spyfrost Project 2010. Terra Thermal Inducer" 22.5" x 35 1/4" digital print on archival paper ed. /12
The Spyfrost Project 2010. The Aurora Maker 14" x 17" digital print on archival paper ed. /16
The Spyfrost Project 2010. The Brilliant Device 20" x 30" digital print on archival paper ed. /14
The Spyfrost Project 2010. The Radiant Proliferator 20" x 30" digital print on archival paper ed. /14
The Spyfrost Project 2010. Whirl Surge Generator 14" x 17" digital print on archival paper ed. /16


The Spyfrost Project The photo-based works of The Spyfrost Project hypothesizes the origins of iconic modern appliances by reassembling them into top secret, Cold War era military outposts. These skunkwork structures, hybrids of both machinery and architecture, stand as colossal weaponized ancestors to common objects such as refrigerators, lawnmowers and washing machines.