Haptic speakers incorporated into this sculpture vibrate the acrylic fascia, imitating the sound and movement of a purring cat's ribcage. Several meters of seamless close-up photography of cat fur are housed on central rollers. Shredders at either end of the work activate for a fraction of a second each midnight, consuming less than one milimeter of "fur" per day. The approximate timeline for total consumption of the fur image is 10 - 13 years.
This work was exhibited at RMIT School of Art Gallery in July 2017 as part of the exhibition "Unintended," curated by Jessica Clark.