Form and Flux

Form and Flux

2019

plywood, video, vinyl, paint, willow

various

Exhibitions

University of Hertfordshire Gallery

Photography by Inna Allen

The exhibition showcases abstract laser cut artworks and film alongside compositions made from vinyl text and free-standing video works– inspired by my ongoing interest in Process philosophy. Process philosophy sees everything as an event in a world of constant change; these connected and evolving forms explore this idea of continual movement.

Large laser-cut plywood sculptures, such as Daimon (2019) and Holarchy (2019), use a limited colour palette to emphasise the repeating structures. The forms organise themselves into geometric patterns which suggest they are components of a larger network. Building on research over the last 20 years into quantum science, chaos theory and complex systems theory, these works envision a world of interrelated events and ceaseless flux.

 

Form and Flux list of works 

1. Daimon  2019
240cm x 110cm x 7.2cm
laser cut birch ply, dye, shellac

2. Holarchy 2019
125cm x 125cm x 21cm
laser-cut birch ply, dye, paint

3. Moko 2019
14 elements each 56cm x 37cm x 3cm
Overall dimension variable depending on arrangement
laser cut birch ply, paint

4. Attractor 2019
178cm x 130cm x 3.6cm
laser cut birch ply, dye, shellac

5. Mamamandala 2019
200cm x 200cm wall text
self adhesive vinyl

6. Out of the World 2019
150cm x 150cm wall text
self adhesive vinyl

7. No Thing All Boundary 2019
110cm x 110cm wall text
self adhesive vinyl

8. Altercracy 2019
70cm x 70cm wall text
self adhesive vinyl

9. Panta Rhei 2019
200cm x 70cm x 180cm
Planed willow video stand
1080p video, 55” LED monitor, media player, stereo speakers,

10. Plenum/Anarchy in the Organism/Cosmoscope (showreel) 2011-19
200cm x 70cm x 180cm
Planed willow video stand
1080p video, 55” LED monitor, media player, stereo speakers,

 

 

 

 

Related Links

http://www.uharts.co.uk/whats-on/2019-spring-and-summer/form-and-flux?dm_i=48ZP,J81T,1YWBL1,289CT,1