Delicate presentation of data in a crisp shell - all bits are not of equal value. A side-shoot experiment from my solo RCA project. My aim was to stimulate consideration of how we value items such as USB drives, whose value lies in their content as opposed to their material construction. The use of glass was intended to reflect the fragility and irreplacability of the data held within externally and so change the way people handled and considered the object. The dual association of glass with fragility and vintage electronics helped reinforce the object's true value.

Actually surprisingly durable - sadly not for sale, although that may change.