Exhibition

IN FLUX - a state of being

20 Sep 2007 – 23 Sep 2007

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Earls Court, London

Kinetica Museum

London, United Kingdom

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  • Liverpool Street

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Kinetica has been invited by Tom Dixon, who is this year's artistic director of 100%design, to curate and install a feature exhibition at 100% light within 100% design, which will be at Earls Court in London from 20th - 23rd September

The exhibition includes the work of 8 International artists and is entitled 'In Flux'

To be IN FLUX is a state of being. It is a moment of transience, change and movement.

The natural world is constantly in flux as the transformation of nature and the sun and moon indicates the passing of time which governs our very existence. It is constant and infinite.

It is this manifestation of Flux that motivates the artists exhibiting in this, Kinetica's eighth group show.


Tom Wilkinson is inspired by astrophysics and the movement of the spheres. The Earth, in its cyclical dance with the Moon and Sun.
Chris Levine experiments with our peripheral vision, creating universal symbols through motion and the frequency of light.
Peter Sedgley creates works where light and the passing of time creates pure and shifting colour.
Andrew Fentem's LED eyes focus on the movement of humans through space.
Roger Vilder believes nothing is created, nothing is lost, everything is transformed. His geometric kinetic work explores and emphasises the harmony of simple elements in a continuum of time through motion. His use of geometry identifies itself with a deep instinct comprising primary elements of existence.
Virginie Rondot aka Ginco has embraced the creative potential of 'electroluminescent' technology to create environments in motion, where an ongoing rhythm of light echoes the dynamic cycle inherent to life and matter.
Hans Kotter pushes into the outer limits of perception. He gives light a sensual presence which appears to have its own source of life.
Jason Bruges interactive electric garden in association with Greenpeace sheds light on our radical shift to save energy.

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