Impermafrost Solo Exhibition at S12 Gallery Norway. The installation seeks to encourage reflection on environmental dialogues. The alchemy of glass through the transformative qualities of heat and light allow for connections alluding to ice forms and processes of climate change. The light installation is animated through responsive coding creating projections of the glass embodiments. The cyclical illumination of the works is informed by the shifting states of Arctic sea ice.
17 - 21st November 2017 Impermafrost Installation forms part of the Electronic Art Festival in Norway
Angela Davies is installing LIGHT CHOREOGRAPHIES at LEVEL from July 10 – 14. During this period people of all ages and with varied disabilities will experience and engage with this work that combines robotics with optics and interactivity. This forms a part of the Research & Development programme at LEVEL and is designed to provide opportunities to aid the further development of this work and explore its potential.
An immersive exploration of gesture, scale, rhythm and movement. Light Choreographies explores the dialogue between human and technology through an interactive robotic light projecting sculpture. Traditional processes of glass blown forms harmonise with technological systems. The movement of sensors communicate to form a choreography of light. Featuring aerial performer Aisling Mulligan, technologist Chris Ball and a sound composition by Ant Dickinson. Theatr Mwldan 21 / 01 /2017
3 Dec 2016 - 21 Jan 2017