EXHIBITIONS

MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD

Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015

MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Splinter - programmed LED and acrylic installation

Splinter is a programmed LED and acrylic installation.It is a simple line drawing rendered in three dimensions. Complex behaviours play through the structure creating waves of movement and changes in colour.

Funded by Arts Council England, supported by the ICOT at De Montfort University. Made with the assistance of creative technologists and programmers Dave Everitt, Sean Clark, Graeme Stuart and Luke Woodbury.

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MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Splinter - programmed LED and acrylic installation
MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Flyer
 
MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Melt - programmed LEDs and architectural screen fabric

Melt2 is constructed from architectural screen fabric to create changing layers of opacity, like standing inside the layers of a drawing as simple geometries open and close around the viewer. Melt2 is animated using complex lighting behaviors. As the viewer walks through, a maze of diagonal planes, complex views and compositions illuminate and fade around them.

Funded by Arts Council England, supported by the ICOT at De Montfort University. Made with the assistance of creative technologists and programmers Dave Everitt, Sean Clark, Graeme Stuart and Luke Woodbury.

MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Melt - programmed LEDs and architectural screen fabric
MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Melt - programmed LEDs and architectural screen fabric
 
MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Thread - programmed LEDs and sanded fibre optic cable

Thread is made from sanded fibre optics attached to programmed LEDs. Each fibre is tensioned through perforated boards that locate all the lines in geometric formations. The light emits from the fibre optic where the surface is abraded. The process of ‘drawing’ into the illuminated structure by sanding the fibres takes place in the gallery when the structure is established.

Funded by Arts Council England, supported by the ICOT at De Montfort University. Made with the assistance of creative technologists and programmers Dave Everitt, Sean Clark, Graeme Stuart and Luke Woodbury.

MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Thread - programmed LEDs and sanded fibre optic cable
MELT-SPLINTER-THREAD EXHIBITION - Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015 - Thread - programmed LEDs and sanded fibre optic cable