Celine Frampton (b. 1997, NZ) is a multi-disciplinary artist currently based in Kirikiriroa (Hamilton). Within her practice, Celine thinks through how speculative objects and spaces can be separated from narrative, and are instead connected by withheld scenarios that cause the viewer to speculate and give possibility to the multiverse of what our world could or could’ve been. Utilising mixed media (sculptural objects, moving image, sound and text), Celine investigates how different representations of the speculative object have their own distinct properties, allowing the objects to be presented, experienced and read in a multitude of ways. These incongruities explore the notion that these artefacts are equal in value, but not necessarily equal in the information they communicate; creating a sense of dynamism, that rejects the completeness of a distinct object for a pluralism that moves towards greater possibilities.