Oranging Rain Glow
Jack Wansbrough & Oliver Hull
2 October – 24 October 2020

Supported by DLGSC.
Oranging Rain Glow is a pinboard structure, wired with video simulations, found objects and lamps. A computer predicts the movement of leaves on a tree over and over, scored by musicians, foley artists and asmr performers. Meanwhile, a metal wizard is soldered into a knot of wires linking domestic lamps, speakers, and screens. The objects and simulations are playfully interdependent, jittering into, passing through, sensing and activating one another.

Oliver Hull’s work examines the poetic and political interplay between images and natural landscapes taking the form of digital media, sculpture and installation.

Jack Wansbrough is an artist living in Boorloo / Perth. Working collaboratively, he has made works of research and fiction for art spaces, radio and text.


    Photos: Dan McCabe.

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