Local Colour is a generative fabrication project that reflects on growth, materiality, locality and the network. Recycled vegetable boxes are laser-cut and laminated into bowl-like form, are generated through a simple Eden growth process (like the one in Limits to Growth), here constrained by material boundaries. A second generative process - a hacked "small world network" - generates a wall-mounted graphic that frames the bowls. Local Colour was exhibited in "The World is Everything that is the Case" at ISEA 2011, Istanbul; and at John Curtin Gallery, Perth, in May 2012.

See also: Local Colour and Networked Specificity; Smaller World Network.