Aneurithms
Exhibition dates:
3rd - 7th October 2013
12pm - 6pm

Private View: Thursday 3rd October 6pm - 9pm


Al-go-rithm [al-guh-rith-uh’m] noun

a set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps, as for finding the greatest common divisor.

An-eu-rysm [an-yuh-riz-uh’m] noun Pathology.
a permanent cardiac or arterial dilatation usually caused by weakening of the vessel wall.



‘Aneurithms’ brings together the work of two artists visually and conceptually exploring the contrast and tension that can be created between a desire for precision and an appreciation of the beauty in error.

Jerome Beresford uses cutting edge computational design methodologies with traditional architectural drafting techniques to create procedural patterns, the detail and texture of which are obscured by over-painting or stripping the drawing surface. The resulting work seeks to explore the tension between digital geometric precision and human fallibility.

Corrina Eastwood’s work concerns itself with the ambiguous nature of the impact of trauma, exploring physical and emotional scars, the healing process and the way in which we view such trauma. In the visceral nature of her mark making she reveals the beauty in that which may be perceived as error or fault and challenges perceptions of what can be considered beautiful.

Along with showcasing an extensive body of work by both artists Aneurithms will also show for the first time a collaboration between the two artists in the form of an interactive installation that explores methods of controlling and generating procedural patterns through movement of the human body.

Exploring the aesthetic of Eastwood’s work through the use of Beresford’s interactive instillation, visitors of the show will be invited to create a projected artwork through the movement of their own bodies. When rubbing, chopping or slapping the air in front of them visitors will be able to create their own Aneurithms projection that can also be printed to keep.

 

Visitors of 'Aneurithms' between 4-6pm on Saturday and Sunday of the show run were invited to get involved with a first time collaboration between the two artists in the form of an interactive installation that explores methods of controlling and generating procedural patterns through movement of the human body! Sounds complicated but was super fun! Visitors were able to create a projected artwork through the movement of their own bodies. When rubbing, chopping or slapping the air in front of them visitors were able to create their own Aneurithms projection that can also be printed to keep.

 

 

Sweet 'Art's Aneurithms show was proudly sponsored by Sipsmiths
 

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