2 December - 11 February
Nina Davies’ new film, Never Let Them Know Your Next Move (2022), takes the form of a podcast interview where host and guest discuss recent developments in human/computer relations.
Floaters is a series of wall works in which Lewis Teague Wright combines photographs and embroidery. Recessed in wide fabric planes embroidered with the maker’s finger prints, are pairings of AI generated images of eyes, printed to Polaroid.
Paul B. Davis’ new work, Assemblage 93 (2022) is a mantlepiece in which the fire is simulated by a 16-bit procedural animation running on now obsolete computing hardware. Davis has an interest in the amateur demoscene coding crews of the 1990’s and their histories.
In Isaac Lythgoe’s new work, Come back to heaven (2022), two snakes tether to an apple carved from applewood. Their bodies form a heart, their skins a tessellation of further smaller hearts.
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