See Lincoln in a whole new light in this new work by artist George Eksts. Photographs of the city’s public spaces are transformed into objects, pictures and animations. These are then exhibited in a special framework which allows visitors, gallery staff and the artist to re-curate the show. Changes are then documented and posted online, creating a history of the shifting exhibition and connecting Mansions Of The Future’s physical gallery and online presence.
Join Artist George Eksts at Mansions Of The Future from 1pm–2:30pm on Saturday 26 October when he will be discussing his work and ongoing experimentation with digital prototyping techniques. Free, booking required.
Based in London, Eksts’ interdisciplinary practice makes use of CGI animation, drawing & photography to explore ideas of progress, repetition & reproduction. Working with digital & analogue processes – often moving back & forth between the two, Eksts’ work usually connects objects in physical space with online projects. Recent projects include Slow Install, a virtual gallery exhibiting 3D copies of existing artworks alongside propositional ideas for future works.