17/09/11-24/09/11 "This September forty art students from the Arts University College at Bournemouth cordially invite you to an eclectic and bold exhibition in reaction to the alternative exhibition space, exploring the relationship between contemporary art and its setting. With an unused underground car park as its gallery walls, Out of Sight investigates the resilience and flexibility of art, and the need for its development with supporting communities in unorthodox circums
I used this idea as the perfect number of the running recorded time in which I would take a still shot of the lava lamp film I recorded. As the installation is of part of the carpark melting, it is a comment on our present society and at that time the London riots had started and I felt as though it was transforming into a dystopia. Thus using the golden ratio as the perfect number, the still shot would be the perfect image for the installation to convey this and the idea of
Screen shots taken from film recording I took of a Lava Lamp in motion. I am interested by the movements and fluidity of the shapes created by the heated wax. How these abstract shapes look organic and also figurative. When watching the shapes, I felt myself believing that they were characters and had their own personality.
Wilkinson Carpark Site specific art proposal I am going to create a site specific installation in which will distort the landscape of the underground car park. The installation will be a sculptural version of my paintings. It will consist of bubble like shapes suspended in varying positions, reflecting that of the motion of the melted wax in a lava lamp. Implying that the walls, floor and ceiling of the car park are melting away, changing the landscape. However, the installat
Fluid movement. Abstract shapes. Many connotations. Natural, figurative. No straight lines. Melting. Contrast of man-made object (lava lamp) to shapes/effects. *This blog post has been back-dated for continuity purposes. Sketches were originally done in August 2011.