Project:Dome - Strange Attractions by Kenneth A. Huff
23 Aug to 31 Aug
7.30pm – 12mn
Strange Attractions, a body of work spanning thirty years, is based on the mathematics of chaos theory. Kenneth uses chaotic strange attractors to explore natural systems, patterns, and rhythms. Images of these evolving chaotic systems are layered, one moment over next, like waves washing over sand, eventually replaced by the accumulation of those that come after.
Look out for a complementary performance to this Night Light on 29 – 31 August!
About the artist
Kenneth A. Huff is an interdisciplinary visual artist working in a variety of traditional and new media. Through intricately-detailed abstractions, he explores evolving patterns and forms in nature. His body of organically-inspired work spans 25 years and includes prints, sculptures, time-based projects, photographs, and poetry. Ken’s work has been included in over 350 public showings in Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Image credit: Artist impression, courtesy of Kenneth A. Huff