French artist, Pascal Dombis, has been using computers and algorithms for the past twenty years to produce excessive repetition of simple processes. Unpredictable and dynamic visual forms are synthesised into digital wall drawings, lenticular pieces or video installations. Working alongside French architect, Gil Percal, the duo will talk about their combined public art practice and collaborations that confront the human viewer with ‘his/her’ own primitive irrationality.
Please note date change to: 6pm, Wednesday 10 June 2015.
Photo credit: Pascal Dombis & Gil Percal, Perspectives Inversées, © ADAGP. Site-specific Installation, 3 printed glass panels, 1.20 x 2.80 m (each panel) / Domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, FR
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