Entropic Gym

Dutton, S, Peacock, P and Swindells, S (2002) Entropic Gym. Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada, 14 March - 20 April 2002.

Item Type: Exhibition
Creators: Dutton, S, Peacock, P and Swindells, S
Abstract: Entropic Gym takes up the themes of small disturbances, chance encounters and arrested vision by likening such events to the experience of doubt. In developing work around these themes, new work continues to exploit and further explore some of the reoccurring strategies, which characterize our practice. The work seeks the potential of nothing, through the use of inverted or revolving images, reversed and inverted video and sound, and in the continuing collaboration with Steve Swindells, for the creation of texts of ambiguous status and site. Many of Dutton & Peacock’s recent installations have evolved from a central motif are never represented directly. Instead, the motifs are used as devices around which the artist constructs and mediate photographs, videos, texts, and objects into formations.
Official URL: http://www.mercerunion.org/exhibitions/entropic-gy...
Date: March 2002
Event Location: Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada
Divisions: Bath School of Art, Film and Media
Date Deposited: 01 Jun 2017 11:31
Last Modified: 15 Aug 2021 09:46
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