Summer Studio | Made Unmade | Jordan Mitchell-fletcher

Jordan Mitchell-Fletcher’s work is engaged with the idea of materiality as encompassing a conglomerate of relations in which matter is modified by time, change and process, rather than being something inert.

Art Exhibition previously on at BLINDSIDE in Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 19 January 2016 to Thursday 21 January 2016

Summer Studio | Made Unmade | Jordan Mitchell-fletcher image

Published by anonymous on Wednesday 13 January 2016.
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Working with responsive, generative and durational materials, the intention is to construct a temporal arc, an open-ended situation in which the presentation is just a moment in the timeline of the work. The practice exemplifies the processual life of the artwork in order to open up possibilities for how the work is engaged and encountered in a given space. Enacted over time, these gestures are assembled into the installation as residues that emerge from the work’s array of processes.