This exhibition features graphic, geometric paintings reduced to line and hardedge colour fields that have been produced from mathematical code. Using notions of Bayesian probability or the "beholders share', it becomes the task of the viewer to mentally scan and process the sensory data to reveal the image structure.
The artist is a constructive, geometric painter who maintains an interest in relationships between geometric abstraction and neuroesthetics, within the wider field of visual perception in art and neuroscience. Often associated with Theosophy, a C19th spiritual movement that influenced modern art, thought-forms today are defined as a blend of presuppositions, imagery, and dialogue pertaining to a certain time or place, and forming the context for thinking on a particular subject.
*Please join us for the closing event on Friday, 28th June from 6pm*