Eelco Brand – “Polygons & Polymers”

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On Thursday 11 October at 6:00 pm, just prior to the inauguration of the 14th edition of ArtVerona, Studio la Città will be opening a show devoted to new works by the Dutch artist Eelco Brand.

For the occasion, the artist will be showing nine digital animations, one seen for the very first time, of the natural world and of minute and detailed representations of organic scenarios, mainly centred on the movements during the growth of plants and on their infinite cycles. Besides these renderings there will be on show two sculptures in coloured polymeric resin, which are almost a recollection of primordial biological forms. Even though both these kinds of work made use of the same software, the creation of the sculptures can be considered as the amplified materialisation of the basic digital forms, originated by Brand’s imagination.

When


Starts: 12 October 2018
Ends: 17 November 2018

Where


Studio la Città
Lungadige Galtarossa 21
37133, Verona

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it
Press release: download here

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