Part of the 'Rearranging sculpture' series: The cavities and negative spaces within the structures reveal unique abstract compositions as the viewer moves about the piece. These works act as “chords” and the viewers movement around the object as the “rhythm” in which the art work is perceived.
An exhibition of 2017 UCA Canterbury BA Fine Art graduates, investigating the relationship between two and three-dimensional objects. The artwork’s form and shape produce interventions with the space. Each artist uses their specific media to create illusions through the manipulation of surface or structure. An abstracted aesthetic is common throughout the works, distorting visual awareness.