Focusing on fragile domestic objects, I explore the aesthetics of breakage and repair. I use unconventional – often whimsical — repair techniques. Through lighting I try to emphasize the induced irregularities, the harsh edges and the missing fragments. My camera captures an impression of the current state, which is a work in progress. The piece may hold together or fall apart.
Malcolm Easton is a photographic artist from Berkeley, California. Easton’s prints have been exhibited internationally and have appeared in numerous competitive exhibits, including the recent Photospiva National Competition, LENS 2013 and PhotoBOMB. In 2013 he received a Juror Award of Merit in Still Life from the Grand Prix de la Découverte competition.