Sculpture exhibition in the reception of 33 Davies Street has been designed to introduce different types of sculpture, techniques and artistic language to tenants and visitors of the building, helping to create an enjoyable and stimulating space.
The current exhibition is showcasing Joseph Hillier’s work. Art Acument describes it as ‘the awesome possibilities of digital technologies to create a body of work that ‘questions the digital revolution we are living through’ using the primal power of the human form as his means of expression. He is analysing, reducing and interpreting the human form and its movement using 3D motion sensing, printing and animation, positioning sculpture as the vital interface between the digital and the real world. The works in this exhibition are a poignant analysis of humanity’s relationship to our new world of ephemeral data structures and their reconfiguration of time and space. It is Hillier’s way of holding onto and making physical some of the visual information around us which is continually slipping away.’