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Heaven and hell

 
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Creators:Rossi, Mario
Group or Collective Creators:Visual Theory Research Group at Imperial College London
Description:

Heaven and Hell: The thing from another world, Bikini Beach, 0º Celsius, Hotel Poseidon, Gemini Hawaiian Drifter, Village of the Damned and 100 endings.

The two panels presented are ‘single image random dot diagrams’ which are computer generated from data collected in this cabinet and drawn from a number of painting studio projects.

In order to view the work three dimensionally you should stand on the circles marked on the floor, these are intended only as an approximate guide depending on individual eyesight. You can either focus at a point beyond the picture surface or slightly cross your eyes till your vision locks with the visual matrix. The work continues an exploration of painting, context and process streaming.

Official Website:http://www.artinromneymarsh.org.uk/as_mariorossi.htm
Type of Research:Show/Exhibition
Additional Information (Publicly available):

Art in romney marsh 2010 returns for a fourth year. It is a contemporary arts project providing an opportunity for artists to create site specific work in response to the inspiring medieval churches of Romney Marsh. Romney Marsh is located in a unique landscape on the south east tip of the Kent coastline, within easy reach of Ashford, Rye and Hastings. The juxtaposition of contemporary art and the ancient church sites creates an opportunity for an exciting dialogue between the ancient and modern.

Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed:Heaven and hell, romeny marsh, art 2010, digital platforms
Your affiliations with UAL:Colleges > Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Date:25 September 2010
Event Location:Ivy Church, Romney Marsh, UK
Projects or Series:Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)
Locations / Venues:
LocationFrom DateTo Date
Ivy Church, Romeny Marsh Kent, UK25 September 201017 October 2010
Material/Media:Digital print
ID Code:3883
Deposited By:Prerna Bhatt
Deposited On:22 Feb 2012 13:54
Last Modified:15 Jan 2014 09:09
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