This exhibition by award-winning Mosman artist Ernest Edmonds, provides an essay on colour, constructed from systems and computer code, interacting with the audience and evolving over time. It shows recent art and a selection of retrospective works that provide the context. Visitors can explore, play and become ‘drenched in glorious, vivid, saturated colour’. Artworks that have been shown around the world are brought together to exemplify and reveal a lifetime’s quest to explore the implications of the concept of computer software for art.
Curated by Kelly McDonald
Image: Ernest Edmonds, Shaping Space, 2012, Installation: two computers, data projectors, Perspex screens and cameras.