CURRENT EXHIBITION

Automatic Art: human and machine processes that make art

Kenneth Martin, Chance, Order, Change Drawing KMA 21, 1981, ink, pencil and gouache on orange graph paper, 30 x 42 in cm (17) thumbnail
Harold Cohen, Coming Home #2, 2007, permanent pigment ink on panel, 57 x 169 cm thumbnail
William Latham, Human Mutator2 Reflector image in time, 2014, multimedia, 60 x 100 in cm thumbnail
JS Sg III 104 thumbnail
Ernest Edmonds, Four Shaped Forms (Park Hill A). 2014, Acrylic and digital print on canvas, 150 x 150 incm thumbnail
Relefe  Maquette thumbnail
Michael Kidner, The Web, undated, print, 20 x 20, edition 3 of 50 - croppped thumbnail
boredomresearch, Fragments of Lost Light, 2013, custom software, 66 x 40, edition of 2 - cropped thumbnail
Nathan Cohen, Crossing, 2014, acrylic paint on board thumbnail
Paul Brown, Dragon, kientic painting, edition of 5 thumbnail
Peter Lowe, transformable construction of 5 groups of 5 (detail 2), stainless steel tube with aluminium inserts, 17 x 100 (2) thumbnail
Stephen Bell, predator-prey, 1985, cibachrome print from transparency photographed from screen, 50 x 60 thumbnail
Stephen Scrivener, Untitled, 1990, gouache and pencil on paper, 63.5 x 45.5 thumbnail
Steve Sproates, untitled, 2007, card, Perspex and wood, 30 x 30 x 10 in cm (1) thumbnail
Susan Tebby, Development of Lattices IV, 1981-82 thumbnail
Terry Pope, Subjective Object Construction No 5 thumbnail
work on paper by John Carter thumbnail
Ernest Edmonds, computer code, 1968 thumbnail
Julie Freeman and Simon Emberton, Drawing by Numbers, C-type on aluminium 2014, 27 x 105 thumbnail
Kenneth Martin, Chance, Order, Change Drawing KMA 21, 1981, ink, pencil and gouache on orange graph paper, 30 x 42 in cm (17)
Harold Cohen, Coming Home #2, 2007, permanent pigment ink on panel, 57 x 169 cm
William Latham, Human Mutator2 Reflector image in time, 2014, multimedia, 60 x 100 in cm
JS Sg III 104
Ernest Edmonds, Four Shaped Forms (Park Hill A). 2014, Acrylic and digital print on canvas, 150 x 150 incm
Relefe  Maquette
Michael Kidner, The Web, undated, print, 20 x 20, edition 3 of 50 - croppped
boredomresearch, Fragments of Lost Light, 2013, custom software, 66 x 40, edition of 2 - cropped
Nathan Cohen, Crossing, 2014, acrylic paint on board
Paul Brown, Dragon, kientic painting, edition of 5
Peter Lowe, transformable construction of 5 groups of 5 (detail 2), stainless steel tube with aluminium inserts, 17 x 100 (2)
Stephen Bell, predator-prey, 1985, cibachrome print from transparency photographed from screen, 50 x 60
Stephen Scrivener, Untitled, 1990, gouache and pencil on paper, 63.5 x 45.5
Steve Sproates, untitled, 2007, card, Perspex and wood, 30 x 30 x 10 in cm (1)
Susan Tebby, Development of Lattices IV, 1981-82
Terry Pope, Subjective Object Construction No 5
John Carter, Identical Shapes: Two Rows, Study, 2013, acrylic gouache on paper, 53.4, x 69
Ernest Edmonds, computer code, 1968
Julie Freeman and Simon Emberton, Drawing by Numbers, C-type on aluminium 2014, 27 x 105

Kenneth Martin, Chance, Order, Change Drawing KMA 21, 1981, ink, pencil and gouache on orange graph paper, 30 x 42

Harold Cohen, Coming Home #2, 2007, permanent pigment ink on panel, 57 x 169

William Latham, Human Mutator2 Reflector image in time, 2014, multimedia, 60 x 100

Jeffrey Steele, SYNTAGMA SG III, 104, 1992, oil on linen, 61, x 61

Ernest Edmonds, Four Shaped Forms (Park Hill A), 2014, Acrylic and digital print on canvas, 150 x 150

Malcolm Hughes, Relief (maquette 1), 1995, acrylic on MDF board, 50, x 50

Michael Kidner, The Web, undated, print, 20 x 20, edition 3 of 50

boredomresearch, Fragments of Lost Light, 2013, custom software, 66 x 40, edition of 2

Nathan Cohen, Crossing, 2014, acrylic paint on board, 142 x 142

Paul Brown, Dragon, 2012, kinetic painting, edition of 5

Peter Lowe, transformable construction of 5 groups of 5 (detail 2), stainless steel tube with aluminium inserts, 17 x 100

Stephen Bell, predator-prey, 1985, cibachrome print from transparency photographed from screen, 50 x 60

Stephen Scrivener, Untitled, 1990, gouache and pencil on paper, 63.5 x 45.5

Steve Sproates, untitled, 2007, card, Perspex and wood, 30 x 30 x 10

Susan Tebby, Development of Lattices, from the Interchange Series MS 142 Sheet No.IV, 1981-82, giclée print on archival paper, 80, x 60, Edition of 15

Terry Pope, Subjective Object Construction No.5, 2010-12, perspex, 55, x 76, x 48

Ernest Edmonds, computer code, 1968

Julie Freeman and Simon Emberton, Drawing by Numbers, C-type on aluminium 2014, 27 x 105

 

Exhibition continues through to Thursday 10 September 2014

 

The exhibition presents 50 years of British art that is generated from strict procedures. The artists make their work by following rules or by writing computer programs. They range from system-based paintings and drawings to evolving computer generated images.

 

Artists : Stephen Bell, boredomresearch, Dominic Boreham, Paul Brown, John Carter, Harold Cohen, Nathan Cohen, Sean Clark, Trevor Clarke, Ernest Edmonds,  Julie Freeman, Anthony Hill, Malcolm Hughes, Michael Kidner, William Latham, Peter Lowe, Kenneth Martin, Terry Pope, Stephen Scrivener, Jean Spencer, Steve Sproates, Jeffrey Steele and Susan Tebby

 

 Check the Press Release here