The Binge Thinking Collection is my study on the physics of how we perceive space. Each piece is the stroke of over 1 billion calculations and draws upon a unique way in which our brains interpret the spacial information they receive. I usually start by expressing a concept using mathematical tools, often involving billions of calculations and many months of preparation. I then explore ways to manifest these formulae in the physical world. Each piece is both an engineering and artistic challenge. The mediums I have worked with are perspex, steel, resin, powder, copper and acrylic.
We’re thrilled to announce that the following pieces are on show at Art and Emotion Fine Art Gallery Lausanne, Switzerland.
Kiss of Chytrid, 2017
Bronze and Steel | 60cm x 45cm x45cm
Pura Vida, 2019
Gypsum Powder, Acrylic, Titanium | 40 X 40 X 40 CM
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We are thrilled to announce that we’ve been featured in the Essential Algarve magazine. Essential Algarve is published bi-monthly in English and Portuguese. Each issue brings a lively mix of features, articles, reports and essential information with qualified insider information and top quality photography throughout.
We’re super excited to attend the private viewing on the Parallel Lines: Drawing and Sculpture exhibition at the Light Box Gallery, Woking on the 26th June.
This exhibition will explore how artists have used line in both drawing and sculpture. Guest Curator Caroline Worthington (Director, Royal Society of Sculptors) will use twentieth century sculptures from The Ingram Collection placed alongside contemporary drawings from the members of the Royal Society of Sculptors (RSS). The RSS is based at Dora House, South Kensington and is an artist led, membership organisation. They lead the conversation about sculpture today through exhibitions and events for all.
Throughout the ages physics has sought to explain the nature of matter both on Earth and in the heavens. Millennia ago, the Greek philosophers posited the existence of atoms, thereby launching a journey through the centuries, which in due course confirmed their existence and have made them tools of our everyday life.
For the 2018 Zingst Photography Festival, Olympus unveils their commission of a work by sculptor Jonty Hurwitz. The work is part of the Art Path in Zingst which brings together over 60,000 artists and photographers from around the world, encouraging them to take photographs of works of sculpture that challenge their photographic and creative skills.
ARTISTE(S) SUR LE STAND /
ARTISTS ON THE BOOTH
Françoise Nielly – peinture
Olivier Duhamel – sculpture
Philippe Brusini – sculpture
Johanne 8 – peinture
Charles Fazzino – technique mixte
Jonty Hurwitz – sculpture
Rachel Bergeret – technique mixte
Nanou Herman – peinture
Renaud Delorme – technique mixte
Stephan Herrgott – peinture
Artcatto is the brainchild of Gillian Catto, who after 30 successful years as the owner of an internationally recognised and respected Gallery in London, decided to settle in the Algarve.
Gillian Catto developed a reputation, which is second to none. She was responsible for launching the careers of artists who have subsequently become household names, such as Jack Vettriano. His solo exhibition at her Gallery helped to create a global demand for his work, which skyrocketed in value virtually overnight.
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I look back on my own childhood and marvel at how the line between imagination and reality was so blurred. Somehow I needed to try and capture that complex relationship in this artwork. Can you still see the imaginary with your own eyes? Can you still believe in the existence of daydreams nurtured in your own mind? At what point did you accept reality as what you see? This sculpture explores the relationship between fantasy and reality in the mind of a child.
The hand that caught me falling
From the 7th October 2016, the new work 'Hand That Caught Me Falling' by scientific sculptor Jonty Hurwitz is on show at Walton Fine Arts Gallery. The work is part of Hurwitz's catroptic ananmorphosis series and explores how he was "saved" during a dark period of his life.
Walton Fine Arts
154 Walton St
London SW3 2JJ
Walton Fine Arts is a Contemporary Art Gallery in London and Online, specialized in Modern, Contemporary, Pop and Street Art. Dealing in original paintings, lithographs, fine art prints and sculptures by artists including Bacon, Banksy, Chagall, Hirst, Indiana, Leger, Lichtenstein, Miro, Picasso, Warhol and Wesselmann.
The gallery is on Walton Street, one of London’s most exclusive locations featuring high end boutiques, restaurants, cafes and bars, conveniently located between Knightsbridgeand South Kensington, just a minute walk from Brompton Cross and its amenities.
A set of stunning photographs that reveal the natural beauty in science are set to go on show to the public.
The 100 incredible images are the shortlisted entries for the Royal Photographic Society's International Images for Science competition and highlight how important photography is for academics.
The show includes a photo of one of the smallest 3D sculptures ever made, a surfing girl that measures just 150 micrometres tall, taken by Stefan Diller. The sculpture was made by nano-artist Jonty Hurwitz using a 3D printing technique called multiphoton lithography which tightens polymer resin with infrared light one 3D pixel at a time.