Exhibitions    ‘Collected Thoughts’ 2002 Flinders University Art Museum, City Gallery 2004

10.07.04 to 28.08.04

Constructions based on mathematical formulae relating to basic forms. The cellular structure plays with light and shade to create structures that present ‘more than the sum of their parts’. Stainless steel reflects the light internally in a way that dematerializes the presence of the object. With the inclusion of sensors and sound chips, the forms become instruments that can be ‘played’ for sound. Changes in the light on each sensor, made through body movements, create sound compositions. The sounds include virtual instruments and variations in the use of human vocal chords.

Collected Thoughts: Aspiration by Margaret Worth

Collected Thoughts: Aspiration  2002

Stainless steel. Photo Grant Hancock

Collected Thoughts: Sphere end elevation by Margaret Worth

Collected Thoughts: Sphere end elevation  2002

Stainless steel. Photo Grant Hancock

Collected Thoughts: Sphere side elevation by Margaret Worth

Collected Thoughts: Sphere side elevation  2002

Stainless steel Photo Grant Hancock

Collected Thoughts: Trio by Margaret Worth

Collected Thoughts: Trio  2002

stainless steel

variable dimensions. Photo Grant Hancock

Collected Thoughts: Brain Wave by Margaret Worth

Collected Thoughts: Brain Wave  2002

stainless steel

10 X 10 X 6 cms

Collected Thoughts: H2O Flow side view by Margaret Worth

Collected Thoughts: H2O Flow side view  2002

Stainless steel. Photo Grant Hancock

Collected Thoughts: H2O Flow side view by Margaret Worth

Collected Thoughts: H2O Flow side view  2002

stainless steel, Photo Grant Hancock

Collected Thoughts: Sound Sphere by Margaret Worth

Collected Thoughts: Sound Sphere  2002

plywood, sensors, sound chips, print of programming for each chip. Photo. Michael Kluvanek

120 cms diameter