Date(s) - 16/11/2019 - 13/12/2019
See Event description for opening times
Funded by Arts Council Of Northern Ireland, digital artist Robin Price has been commissioned to create an interactive light and sound installation, which opens on Saturday 16 November at 2pm (all welcome).
The exhibition runs from 16 November to 13 December 2019, Tuesday to Saturday 11am-5pm at R-Space Gallery (32 Castle Street, Lisburn) and corresponds with Lisburn Light Festival 2019.
Robin uses electronics, algorithms, code, glitches and hacked objects to push at the boundaries of what is technologically and ecologically possible, permissible and ethical. His approach is playful, experimental and publicly engaged.
About The Artist:
Robin Price is an artist-inventor, trans-disciplinary physicist, musician and cat enthusiast. He holds an MPhys in Theoretical Physics from the University of Wales, Swansea and a PhD in Composition and Creative Practice from Queen’s University, Belfast. Recent solo exhibitions include Escape Sequence at CCA, Derry/Londonderry and Air of the Anthropocene at University of Atypical, Belfast. His work is held in the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s public collection and has been covered in Source Magazine, New Scientist and the Guardian.
Supported by ACNI National Lottery.
ABOUT R-SPACE GALLERY :
R Space is a visual arts and crafts space, presenting and commissioning a programme of exhibitions and arts activity based in The Linen Rooms in the heart of the City of Lisburn, Northern Ireland. R Space’s ambition is to increase access, understanding and enjoyment of contemporary visual arts, crafts, design and other related arts activities. It collaborates with a diverse range of excellent and challenging artists and designers working in different media, providing audiences from a wide range of educational, social and cultural backgrounds with different points of access to the arts.