Expanding Systems

A.P.T Gallery, Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, Deptford
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This event ended on Sunday 18th of February 2018
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Free

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Apt Gallery
Creekside, SE8 4SA

Nearest Stations

Deptford Bridge 0.16 miles

Website

http://www.aptstudios.org/gallery/index.html

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Analogue | Digital | Abstract | Generative

Francesca Franco | Fiona Grady | Hanz Hancock | Patrik Huebner | Michael Iveson |
Patrick Morrissey | Goia Mujalli | Charley Peters | Casey Reas | Tim Rodenbroeker |
Students from Goldsmiths University of London MA Computational Arts

Exhibition curated by Brigitte Parusel in collaboration with Patrick Morrissey and Hanz Hancock, Saturation Point

Showcasing Still Life by Casey Reas

Premier of Algorithmic Signs - Five pioneers of computer art in conversation a documentary by Francesca Franco

Expanding Systems explores current and historic developments in generative art made by analogue and digital artists. The exhibition showcases work by contemporary painters and sculptors whose practices are geometric, abstract and/or systems-based alongside artists who use computer code and algorithms to create work. The artists share several working principles regardless of their individual methodologies – employing rational processes of numerical systems, repetition or calculation to establish ‘rules’ that are executed either by the hand of the artist or the mechanics of the machine. The documentary Algorithmic Signs - Five pioneers of computer art in conversation by Francesca Franco, will form part of the exhibition, introducing Ernest Edmonds, Manfred Mohr, Vera Molnár, Frieder Nake, Roman Verostko.

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