Gallery 2010 presents Triginta by Sam Mitchell-fin.
“In unexpected places, light can find you – through the darkness, wrapped around corners… shapes and contours of the structures we see around us. The world is a place where light will always find you.”
Light installation artist Sam Mitchell-fin’s work is concerned with the perception, projection and reception of light in all its forms. Natural, ambient, accidental and man-made, she views her sculptures as experiments into the ways in which we can experience light. Sam is intrigued by the effect that light and colour have visually, subjectively and physiologically – where colour, made up of individual wavelengths of light, becomes an inherent form of communication that has been shaped and influenced by history and society. Triginta is an experimentation in neon, a projected execution of light we experience every day, designed to represent the artists fixation with the number 3 and the significance of the three decades of her life leading to thirty, or Triginta. This exhibition will incorporate both the Gallery 2010 space and rooftop.
Thursday 14 March 6 – 8pm
Friday 15 March – 6 – 8pm
Saturday 16 March 10am – 4pm
Sunday 17 March 11am – 3pm
Saturday 23 March 10am – 4pm
Sunday 24 March 11am – 3pm