Reconstructed Hardware

Electronic Component Collection

Samuel J. Tekunoff explores the process of deconstructing computers and turning their parts into an exploration titled Reconstructed Hardware.

For this experiment, Tekunoff deconstructed 30 computer towers. Using only super glue as a bond, he took various computer parts and reconstructed them in a new, creative direction. Reconstructed Hardware results from his spontaneous approach, as he creates without pre-planning.

“What I like about the collection is that it gives a glimpse into the inner parts of the computer, showing the beauty and engineering masterpieces that we often take for granted.”
R.H. I - Power supply wiring, computer shell + super glue
R.H. II - Motherboard and CPU heatsinks, expansion boards + super glue
R.H. III - Memory cards, Motherboard and CPU heatsinks, hard drive parts + super glue
R.H. IV - Memory cards, Motherboard and CPU heatsinks, hard drive shells, processors + super glue
R.H. V - Memory cards, Motherboard and CPU heatsinks, expansion boards + super glue
R.H. VI - Motherboard and CPU heatsinks, hard drive rings, fan stators/shields, hard drive pieces + super glue
R.H. VII - Motherboard heatsinks, fan stators, hard drives + super glue
R.H. VIII - Fan stators, hard drives, motherboard heatsinks + super glue
R.H. IV - CPU heatsink, hard drive rings, fan stators/shields, hard drive pieces, batteries, cd drive parts + super glue
R.H. V - Motherboards, expansion boards, copper wire + super glue
www     instagram

You may also like

Variations of Flight
2009
CACTUS Handmade Typeface
2017
Back to Top