Harris Rosenblum’s Inorganic Demons explores fandoms and other alienated online spaces

In Inorganic Demons, Rosenblum presents 14 sculptures using a host of source materials, from WWII trench-based artisan weaponry to raw clay harvested from a Wendy’s parking lot during construction. Plant-based 3D printing resins and material made from surplus soybean oil that is trying to mimic the qualities of hyper-compressed algae are used to produce knock-off wargaming miniatures, a reference to Negarastani’s text, while blown-up World of Warcraft relic swords are made using a combination of XPS foam, sand, and the melted relic of a cross bought on Etsy.