About Kay Gregg

The era of the movable part is nearly done. The chip has replaced the gear. Our actions are devoid of mechanical interaction. In the past, the lever or the switch or the button or the potentiometer provided an extension of our human activities and feedback about where we existed in the process at hand. Our finger pressed a key, a lever slapped a carbon coated ribbon, letters appeared on paper, an artifact was created. My work is about the last moment before the digital revolution expanded and the machine age contracted.