Don’t miss an exciting exhibit from artist Jason Haggerty. Surface/Control will be featured in the Darkroom, The Arts Centre Gold Coast from February 14 to March 22, 2015.
Surface/Control explores the desire to control and master natural forces, in particular the potential of the wave as an energy source to be harnessed by the human body.
The wave is more than just water, it is a mythical zone of curling, tunnelling walls; an ephemeral space built of natural wonder, existing for a split second, only to dissipate.
Surface/Control simulates this space, repositioning and entangling the viewer inside a system that feeds on the body’s potential as a source of algorithmic energy.
Employing real-time generative visuals and body tracking capabilities to create digital sculptures, the work questions attitudes towards what is considered natural phenomena and what is considered simulation.
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Enjoy Jason Haggerty: Surface/Control in the Darkroom, The Arts Centre Gold Coast from February 14 to March 22, 2015. Book your family holiday at our accommodation.
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Image: Jason Haggerty, Surface/Control (detail) via Gold Coast Arts Centre