META-MATTER

Image Credit: Sara VanDerBeek, Electric Prisms (I, II) 2015.

KARST

01752 222676
press@karst.org.uk
www.karst.org.uk

Friday 24 March 2017 – Saturday 22 April 2017
Opening Hours: 11am-5pm

Presenting work across sculpture, photography, print and film, META-MATTER unites eight unique artists whose work casts new light on the sublime and intangible forces which galvanise our experience of the world around us. Through their eyes we consider how the untouchable forces of light and colour impact on our intellectual and emotional awareness. We question our relationships with the real and synthesised sensations of our constructed images and environments. We encounter the metaphysical in dynamic matter of organic objects and geometric forms, and we meditate on the hypnotic colours, patterns and textures which infuse and animate the earth and sky around us.

As the boundaries of our visual planes expand, their work captures the invisible currents of our brave new universe wherein technology and sensory experience challenge and explode our intellectual and unconscious landscape, revealing new artistic pathways through which we can reconnect with the world, and each other.

Exhibited artists: Clare Strand (UK), Sara VanDerBeek (USA), United Visual Artists (UK), Sookoon Ang (Singapore), Anouk Kruithof (Mexico), Sergei Sviatchenko (Denmark), Patternity (UK)

Curated by Faye Dowling

Faye Dowling is a Curator and Editor based in London. She is the author of The Book of Skulls and the forthcoming Book of Black, published internationally by Laurence King.

META-MATTER is supported by the Arts Council England and National Arts Council Singapore.

 

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