The ongoing series from photographer David Welch Material World treats artifacts of contemporary consumer culture as readymades, stacking the crap we compulsively accumulate into large, surrealist heaps. See little pink things breeders buy for their perpetually amnesiac babies, towers of old, new, now old again television sets and a greasy cornucopia horn of junk food built into “pseudo monuments or totems.” Hyperbolical is it? Ok, scoff. Bet you’re weekly Googling “iPad 3” though.