Re: Play Collective presents: Mapping & Manipulating the Physical World

Re: Play creates multi sensory landscapes that investigate the architectural & psychological resonances of space. Through a process of experimentation & interaction, each artist develops work in response to the specific site. The audience is then encouraged to engage in a space, which remains in a constant state of flux.

Re: Play were selected in August 2008 to launch the first of a series of Open Exhibitions at 204. “Mapping & Manipulating The Physical World” showcases new work by Rachel Eite, Matthew Hayes, Emma Kemp, Kate Lawrence & Kat Wojcik, and is curated by Kat Wojcik.

Kate Lawrence creates “Breathing Spaces” - inflated, translucent forms that on mass can consume whole rooms.
Emma Kemp produces large scale, architectural structures made from elastic rope that create new boarders within existing spaces.
Rachel Eite uses a range of electronic equipment to tap into the frequencies of spaces. Often inaudible, these resonances are then made visible for viewers.
Matthew Hayes creates makeshift, temporary structures using disposable items, purchased from budget stores. Both colourful and seductive, the works question our ‘throw away’ society as well as strongly referencing 90’s ‘Day-Glo’ club culture.
Kat Wojcik modifies old machines to create kinetic sculptures, with alternative uses. Functional items become playful, expressive & interactive.

204 is a space for contemporary art in Bristol. The space is affiliated with Windows 204, which has been showcasing experimental & innovative art since 2006.
Re: Play Collective presents: Mapping & Manipulating the Physical World


Event Title: Re: Play Collective presents: Mapping & Manipulating the Physical World
Postcode: BS7 8NG UK
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