Photo Gallery: Into The Midst, Joseph Whitmore, Waterside, Sale
Into The Midst is a newly commissioned body of work by Manchester-based artist Joseph Whitmore. The exhibition explores simulated personal experiences and the ever changing effect digital technology has on history, artefact, and the human condition.
Several sculptural works, produced using contemporary sculpture methods (3D Printing, 3D slicing, laser cutting), work in direct reference to a digitally rendered animated film, helping to create an immersive experience.
Joseph Whitmore studied Illustration with Animation at Manchester Metropolitan University and his work draws from an interest in how varying factors contribute to and disrupt the experience of personal realities and the interpretation of visual stimuli.
Images: Into The Midst, Joseph Whitmore
Into The Midst opens with a launch night on January 31, 2019 at 18:00 – 21:00 and the exhibition runs until March 23, Monday – Saturday 10:00 – 17:00, free entry. It is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
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