Project category: Artworks

Continuum

Continuum

Continuum looks at the transitional flow between different pattern configurations through form, light and shadow. At opposite ends, the shapes are perceptibly different, but when adjacent in a continuous sequence, they become more difficult to distinguish from one another. Being able to view the different arrangements in only a transient way becomes interesting in its own right.

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Vortex

An ongoing audiovisual exploration of minimal movements, shifts in form and object interaction.

Horizon

An ongoing audiovisual exploration of minimal movements, shifts in form and object interaction.

Reveal

An ongoing audiovisual exploration of minimal movements, shifts in form and object interaction.

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Mareas

Mareas

A solo edition taken from Océano – an artwork displayed at the port of Puerto Banús, Spain, as part of a mural art installation created by artist Debbie Wingham.

A sensory artwork exploring rippling and growing-like movements through light, sound and motion that is inspired by the sea and ocean life.

The ebb and flow is ever present throughout the piece both visually and sonically – the crescendo and splendour of life in full bloom and the inevitable receding that follows.

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Azul

Azul

A solo edition taken from Océano – an artwork displayed at the port of Puerto Banús, Spain, as part of a mural art installation created by artist Debbie Wingham.

A sensory artwork exploring rippling and growing-like movements through light, sound and motion that is inspired by the sea and ocean life.

The ebb and flow is ever present throughout the piece both visually and sonically – the crescendo and splendour of life in full bloom and the inevitable receding that follows.

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Océano

Océano

Displayed at the port of Puerto Banús, Spain, as part of a mural art installation created by artist Debbie Wingham.

A sensory artwork exploring rippling and growing-like movements through light, sound and motion that is inspired by the sea and ocean life.

The ebb and flow is ever present throughout the piece both visually and sonically – the crescendo and splendour of life in full bloom and the inevitable receding that follows.

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