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Logged On [2014]
Wood log, electromagnet, neon bulb
188 x 30.5 x 15.2 cm

A wood log found lying on the ground now features a powerful coil inserted into its core. When the coil draws on the gallery’s electrical current, the resistance produces a magnetic field that enables the log to cling to a heavy slab of steel balanced against the wall. Resistance and power are connected both physically and conceptually: if the current is disconnected, the log is cut off and returns to the earth.