Rivulet #prototypes @UntitledManc

Antony Hall, Rivulet 2013

Antony Hall, Rivulet 2013

A Few shots from the work before the black ink is added.

Antony Hall, Rivulet 2013

Antony Hall, Rivulet 2013

Antony Hall, Rivulet 2013

Antony Hall, Rivulet 2013

Antony Hall, Rivulet 2013

Antony Hall, Rivulet 2013

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3 thoughts on “Rivulet #prototypes @UntitledManc

  1. That’s visually really fascinating but it’s hard to tell what it is. It looks like a water droplet on a window but is it glass ? I’ll have to have to have a look at your other work to find out more but it’s definitely got my attention.

    • Thanks for the comment, it’s a kinetic piece, I used a special arrangement of glass plates so I could wall mount it on a wall, it undulates and wriggles, and often stays still for ages gently pulsating. the work in the gallery uses black ink. I’m currently working on getting some film of it which I will post next week.

  2. I look forward to it. The boundaries between engineering, art and science fascinate me. From Non-Newtonian cornstarch monsters to old laboratory equipment there’s something in the aesthetics of science that grab your attention.

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