Russell Burden

Russell’s practice explores the relationships between scientific phenomena, artistic expression and existential sensibility. The enquiry is delivered through a wide spread of media: writing, photography, sound, film, painting, sculpture, installation, digital process and object collection. Mainly centred on the hydrologic and geologic language of the material world, with a focus on matterphorical ways of seeing, the biotic and abiotic are explored as expressions of one vibrant materiality, inviting the objectivity of science to integrate with the artistic imagination; the human instrument gazing through the surface fabric of things to apprehend more spacious, luminous fields of meaning.

The image above is ‘Fen’



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October 3, 2022