<Cut>and<Paste/> is an exhibition that investigates the materiality of information today.
Linked through shared interests in developing technology, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design graduate Dan Shay and final year students Katy Christopher and Lucas Battich, realize artworks derived from digital technology.
Displaying predominantly projection-based works to generate an experiential and immersive exhibition of light and video where the tangible and intangible are necessarily compared; not just exploring evolving forms but also the subsequent evolution in experiences of and interactions with information.
<Cut>and<Paste/> utilises contemporary modes of exchanging resources and knowledge to analyse their aura, in comparison to those celebrated in the simultaneous Knife Edge Press: The Complete Works (so far) exhibition in the Cooper Gallery, providing an engaging platform to allow for reflection on our digital condition.
Cooper Gallery Project Space, Student Curatorial Team Project
13 – 28 September 2013
Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 10am-5pm, Sat 10.30am-4.30pm