Viewing of works in new media and electronics by Australian artist Travers Nash at Studio VERVE.
April 6, 2012 § Leave a comment
Artist In Residence from Australia.
Viewing of Recent Works
|An old door, typical of old homes in the city.. used for an installation!|
“My work is ready made object based, where the outcome is dependent on the materials gathered in the planning phase. It plays with the simulated phenomenology the technological realm brings to our world calling into question our very notion of reality. My purpose of the residency is to learn from engaging with new perspectives and gain insights into the role art plays in a very different culture from my own” says Travers.
|Travers at Work|
His Studio Practice is an exploration of the gap between empirical world of everyday experience and the “hyper- reality” created by the technological object. He investigates the role for technology within the realms of functions that border on the non- functional that serve to reveal and emphasize our technological addictions as well as explore the possibilities of creating meaningful relationships between the viewer and the technological object that transcends the purely materialistic, allowing for a critical engagement with the technological objects that clutter our lives.
|Visiting an art exhibition in ahmedabad, during his residency term.|