04 Jul Nothing ‘is’ immediate at spudWORKS Sway
Delighted to finally present the second exhibition at SpudWORKS, Sway July 2021. This time collaborating with artist Terence Noble. I’m presenting three pieces of work in the show, after completion of a sculpture incorporating a stack of five octahedrons. With this show, we invite visitors into a space of multi-sensory exploration to contemplate the abstract forms of nature.
My sound sculptures explore our connection to the tangible and sacred aspects of geometry and associated elements Water, Fire and Air. Presented as multi sensory objects, they incorporate mirrors, texture and colour, contained within boundaries of geometric lines and edges. The sounds of Himalayan Singing Bowls omit from each sculpture, activated by the movement of the viewer within the space.
Terence Noble’s “Placebo Paintings” draw upon colours and rhythms found in nature. Sunrises and tree growth rings combine and emanate from a perfect circle. Meditatively laid down in small dots, the paintings provide the viewer with a similarly contemplative and affirming experience.
Supported by public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.