November Artists (Timo Wright, Jeffrey Yip, David Lunt, Udit Mahajan)

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Approach – David Lunt (Manchester, England, UK)

My work focuses primarily on the fine line between science fiction and science fact with particular reference to current (and future) universal exploration, the search for ‘new worlds’ and the sublime possibilities.

I am a Manchester (UK) born artist who graduated with an MA from Loughborough University in 2005. I have exhibited widely across the UK within well known art institutions and was shortlisted for the 2017 ‘GM Arts Prize’. I have been an artist in residence at ‘Bankley Studios’ since 2015.

Null Statue – Timo Wright (Helsinki Finland)

Null Statue is an experimental short film, where crude oil is thrown at invisible objects, creating temporary abstract sculptures, which exist only in time, not space. Through editing chaotic virtual statues are created in time. 

Timo Wright is a media artist based in Helsinki, Finland. Wright has graduated with MA degree from the Aalto University School of Art and Design in Helsinki in 2014. He has participated in domestic and international exhibitions since the mid 2000s including Kunsthall Charlottenborg (2017&2018), Samuelis Baumgarte Galerie (2017), Galerie Anhava (2016), Helsinki Art Museum (2013), Helsinki Design Museum (2012), Amos Anderson Art Museum (2012), Kunsthalle Helsinki (2012, 2010, 2009) and Helsinki Art Museum‰ЫЄs Kluuvi Gallery (2012),  as well as festivals such as IDFA, Slamdance, Nordisk Panorama, International Film Festival Rotterdam and  Japan Media Arts Festival. His films have been shown at over 40 festivals worldwide.

Transdimensional Spaces – Jeffrey Yip (Oakland California, USA)

My animations are inspired by reoccurring mathematical patterns found in nature such as the Fibonacci sequence, the golden ratio and other forms of geometry. As these shapes shift, melt and contort, they highlight the sculpture‰ЫЄs surface with bright vivid colors.

Jeffrey Yip is a new media artist in Oakland California. Highly interested in the intersection of art and technology, he creates environments, often utilizing digital media to enhance the overall experience by integrating visualizations in unison with sound. One area of focus currently in his practice is projection mapping. This technique allows Jeffrey to combine the digital world with the physical through light, sound and sculpture. Animation is layered on top of his geometric sculptures, and then joined with organic and synthesized sound to create a symbiosis of the various mediums.

Yuga -Udit Mahajan (New York, New York, USA)

Yuga is an abstract chronological meditation on formation, deformation, destruction and reformation. Presented as a video loop on the UMW Media Wall, the dimensional choreography of various elements in the journey reflect the evolving continuity of society and attempts to provide a moment of escape for the visitors.Udit Mahajan is a designer and artist based in New York. He has held a number of roles as practitioner and educator of creative technology, UX-UI design, and electrical engineering. He has worked with ESI Design, AV&C, The New School, Publicis Groupe, NYC Media Lab, Learning Community Charter School, Extrapolation Factory, and Bechtel.

Udit’s art practice primarily involves technological experiments as attempts to understand the perceptual and social interplay. His artworks have been exhibited at Vector Festival, World Maker Faire, SXSW, CICA Museum, Liberty Science Center, The Urban Foundation Gallery, NYC Media Lab Summit, Creative Tech Week and featured on Creators Project, Interalia Magazine, Athanor Magazine, MOLD, Electronic Beats, and Prosthetic Knowledge.

He holds an MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design, New York and a BE in Electrical Engineering from Delhi Technological University, India.