PARALLAX
2016 / Solo show, the Brewery Tap Gallery
Supported by UCA

 

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A displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight. Stars in the sky, lights illuminating, penetrating the darkness- the viewer with hope of accessing the portrayed. Watanabe’ s colour pallet is as a result of the interest in the universe, specifically stars- her use of
lights providing a supplement for stars and the darkness of black a base and contrast- A place to reflect on the nothing of space allowing the stars, in the varying formats that she presents them in, to stand out and take center stage. Science and its concepts and theory’ s make good partners of art- the usually inaccessible ideas working in conjunction with art allow deeper exploration of scientific thought through visual exploration. Using the visual as representative allows the viewer to access and develop knowledge on the concept being explored by the artist or gives them a new view and something different to consider.
In this exhibition ‘Parallax’ at Brewery Tap, Folkestone explores this concept of taking a different view, physically and conceptually. Taking a different angle of looking at a scientific concept and taking in the pieces as they change from different and a variety of viewpoints.   - Amy Ogivie (Curator)


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