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
Edition Of 99
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.
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