A vestige is a trace or remnant of something that is disappearing or no longer exists, like a fossil or a rune.
In biology, it is a part of an organism that has been rendered obsolete through the course of evolution.
An assemblage of artefacts sits astray in this car park.
On the edge of the road there lies a fertile wasteland, incubating hybrid life-forms.
The landscape is synthetic and living; becoming.
Stanley J Buglass and Malu Laet are both currently finishing their Bachelor of Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins. Their practices engage with materiality through intuitive processes. They attempt to explore the spaces between nature and culture.
Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Malu has studied digital media design and interned in a physical computing laboratory. Using the skills she has learnt in such environments; she builds systems with her art that engage with ideas of digital alchemy.
Stanley J Buglass is a London based Multi-disciplinary artist, currently in his final year of Bachelor of Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins. Recent works cover an exploratory and nomadic practice of experiencing a wasteland in the shadow of London as an ever-changing amalgamating land, with fossilised alloy artefacts. A practice of scavenging and reorganization of residual forms.