This blog has been set up to provide a forum to discuss the works included in Exit, Pursued by a Bear an exhibition put together by third year art students from IADT, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland. Each post contains an image and statement from one of the participants. Feel free to leave comments about the work.
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Aaron Lowry Untitled
6 untitled drawings
‘There are a large number of different physical structures which form spontaneously as their components try to meet certain energetic requirements. These components may be constrained, for example, to seek a point of minimal free energy, like a soap bubble, which acquires its spherical form by minimizing surface tension…'
- Manuel DeLanda (Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy
I am interested in capturing the unfolding of form in physical structures. I have chosen the bubble because of its spherical form and because its playfulness is contrasted with the cold sterile aesthetic of the Scientific experiment. I have used both sequence and the grid to heighten a sense of narrative in the changing line, shape and form of the bubble untill it reaches its final shape, a sphere.