Keith Tyson work is concerned with an interest in generative systems, and an embrace of the complexity
and interconnectedness of existence.
Keith Tyson works in a wide range of media, including painting, drawing and installation.
During the 1990s, Tyson’s practice was dominated by the Artmachine, which was the first means through which Tyson explored his ongoing interest in randomness, causality, and the question of how things come into being. The Artmachine was a method Tyson developed which used a combination of computer programmed, flow charts and books in order to generate chance combinations of words and ideas, which were then realized in practice as artworks in a wide range of media.
Tyson born 1969 in Ulverston, and Lives and works in Sussex and London, UK.
Large Field Array
Described by Walter Robinson as “nothing less than a complete Pop cosmology”,Large Field Array comprises 300 modular units, most formed from into implied 2-foot cubes; the cubes are arranged into a grid occupying both the floor and walls of a gallery when installed. Each highly crafted cubic sculpture represents a unique yet highly recognizable feature of the world, from popular culture to natural history. Sculptures as diverse as a representation of American billionaire Donald Trump’s wedding cake, a chimney with a bird on top of it with a satellite dish, and a chair made of skeletons, were all constructed and arranged. The installation invited the viewer/participant to negotiate his or her own path through a seemingly random assortment of images and ideas, echoing the mental processes which create free associations between disparate phenomena which so fascinate Tyson. Via : Wikipedia
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