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White Dog: an autogenic sculpture

17 May, 2014

Scientific Process Art!

Exploring The Invisible

This work is drawn out of my own experiences, and exploration, of the interface between science and art, and is a deeply personal therapy for me at the same time. It is a biphasic system of two immiscible liquids (will not undergo mixing): a capricious and inventive aqueous phase (at the bottom) and a viscous methodical liquid floating on top of this. Over a period of a week, an organic and protean white sculpture condenses out of the space of the interface, and where the two phases slowly interact with each other. I see my role as a facilitator, so that the work fluctuates in the dialectic between my need to impose control as a scientist, and the indeterminacy of the natural world. In the same way, the setup of the initial system is guided by my knowledge as a scientist and my will, but the white and life-like emergent…

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