**Limited and numbered to 150 copies** "Constant Linear Velocity" features recordings of a now lost sculptural work that was originally commissioned in 2016 for Colour Out of Space festival. The work consists of over 100 empty computer cases, fitted with 16 customised and automated DVD drives. Between 2016 and 2018 it was exhibited in Brighton, Athens, Croydon, Oxford and Rennes, on each occasion being reconfigured into a new form. The most ambitious of these being at Detritus Festival in 2018, where a new and larger version of the work was constructed at the Onassis Cultural Centre from used computer sourced in the city. The work was sadly lost in transit between France and the UK, returning to the global trade in e-waste which its production initially sought to intervene in, so all that remains are these recordings.
Stephen Cornford is a British sculptor, musician and installation artist. Currently a Research Fellow at the Sound Art Research Unit of Oxford Brookes University, he is also the co-founder of Consumer Waste.
Released in an edition of 150 in an oversized 7” sleeve accompanied by a 16 page risographed booklet featuring photographs and scans of the sculpture, essays by Danae Stefanou and Stephen Cornford, and a letterpressed backpanel.