Three works of mine – all based on extracting poetry from video game coding then responding to the end result visually – will be on display at Unity Theatre, Liverpool, from tomorrow (13th January) until 14th February. Here’s a sneak peek at all three of them:
To see them in all their glory – alongside the work of 6 other artists all responding to the theme of ‘Patterns and Poetry’ – then pop down to Unity Theatre tomorrow, 13th January, from 5.30 – 7.30pm: We will be hosting an opening evening for the exhibition, where artists from the group will be on hand to chat to. Should be a fun and intriguing evening! You can find more information on our Facebook event page here.
What better way to kick of the year than three collages that extract and illustrate poetry from video game code?!
All three pieces, including the one pictured, will be on display at Unity Theatre, Liverpool, from 13th January until 14th Febrary. They will be displayed alongside the work of six other artists, all of which have responded to the theme of Patterns in Poetry. My particular work seeks to extend the experience of video gaming onto other platforms in order to attain a new and furthered understanding of it.
Do pop along to Unity Theatre while the exhibition is on, if you can! For details of performances during the exhibition period, check out the Theatre website : http://www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk/