WATERCOLOUR BY GILLES BENSIMON
Hamilton Gallery presents its first exhibition (6 December - 18 January 2013) of photographs by Gilles Bensimon, famed for his decades of work in photography, fashion and culture. Watercolour is a series of images that Gilles has been creating for the past two years and marks a significant departure from his well-known earlier figurative oeuvre.
Kevin Champeny - What Remains (2012) - Hand-cast urethane flowers
“I sculpted each original flower, then created silicone molds of the originals, then I cast them in color. They are not painted in any way. I cast them in various two part liquid resins. These pieces take several months to design, sculpt, mold, and cast. The construction process is a painstaking adventure of careful placement and gluing (super super-glue), that can take up to a month to complete.”
Ghostly, spirit like images using electro colours
Paper, tape, light.
Video projection onto origami.
Wooden Sculptures made from Interlocking Wood by Korean artist Lee Jae-Hyo