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Untitled Diptych I (Encode Series) 2011

Kiln formed glass wall panels 37.5 (w) x 64.5 (h) x 6 (d) cm each panel

Untitled I (Encode Series) 2011 - Detail view

Kiln formed glass wall panel 44 (w) x 66 (h) x 6 (d) cm

Untitled (Encode Series) 2011

Kiln formed glass freestanding block 60 (w) x 31 (h) x 16 (d) cm

Untitled (Encode Series) 2011

Kiln formed glass freestanding block 38 (w) x 58 (h) x 8 (d) cm

Untitled I (Encode Series) 2011

Kiln formed glass wall panel 44 (w) x 66 (h) x 6 (d) cm

Untitled Diptych II (Encode Series) 2011

Kiln formed glass wall panels 55 (w) x 56 (h) x 6 (d) cm each panel

Untitled (Encode Series) 2011

Kiln formed glass freestanding block 60 (w) x 31 (h) x 16 (d) cm

Untitled (Encode Series) 2011 - Detail view

Kiln formed glass freestanding block 38 (w) x 58 (h) x 8 (d) cm

Untitled Diptych I (Encode Series) 2011 - Detail view

Kiln formed glass wall panels 37.5 (w) x 64.5 (h) x 6 (d) cm each panel

Untitled II (Encode Series) 2011

Kiln formed glass wall panel 27 (w) x 83 (h) x 6 cm

Gallery View

Sabbia Gallery Sydney November 2011

Gallery View

Sabbia Gallery Sydney November 2011

Untitled Diptych II (Encode Series) 2011

Kiln formed glass wall panels 55 (w) x 56 (h) x 6 (d) cm each panel

Untitled II (Encode Series) 2011 - Detail view

Kiln formed glass wall panel 27 (w) x 83 (h) x 6 cm

ENCODE

Encode is a series of works which culminated in a solo exhibition at Sabbia Gallery, Sydney, 2 – 26 November 2011.

This series focuses on technology and culture as psychological ‘environments’, which permeate individual experience and inevitably become inseparable from the self.

This series is made up of six series of works, which layer of digital imagery into and onto the glass. The artwork imagery has been translated into computer code and then re-layered back into the work.

A quiet, contemplative palette has been employed, creating a suggestive atmosphere in which these ideas can be visually considered.

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Posted on 19 October, 2012 by kate

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