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The Cold Purity of Mathematic Love/Trust Equations


  • Tue Jul 19 2022, 1:00pm–6:00pm
  • Wed Jul 20 2022, 1:00pm–6:00pm
  • Thu Jul 21 2022, 1:00pm–6:00pm
  • Fri Jul 22 2022, 1:00pm–6:00pm
  • Sat Jul 23 2022, 1:00pm–6:00pm

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The notion of consciousness has long intrigued philosophers, psychologists and scientists. As a highly subjective and introspective phenomenon that forms the basis of human existence, this impalpable concept has often been examined as a kind of awareness, sentience and intelligence, which together, drive our innate curiosity to make sense of our experience of physicality. In her upcoming open studio, artist Joo Choon Lin presents a new and experimental body of work, The Cold Purity of Mathematic Love/Trust Equations: {¢arbonHz[¢x(HOH)y]Ω1.618-\+ Flower of ¢ФnsciФusness [HEARTBEAT] Breaths [In/out] }. The artist invites audiences into a mystical garden that houses a series of sense-making instruments, created through a combination of computational, methodical and intuitive processes. A Bodhi tree acts as the invisible host to the garden; data gathered of its movement translated into a heartbeat that brings the garden to life. Central to the work is the exploration of the rhythms of existence – the circadian and mathematical patterns found in nature, the energetic vibrating particles that make up our very physical being. Joo imagines the possibilities of these transcendental rhythms and attempts to materialise them in ocular and audible ways, through animated videos, kinetic sound-inducing structures, and graphite-clay sculptures. Fundamentally, the work questions: Are there methods that can allow us to tap into the boundless nature of our consciousness as we gain a deeper understanding into the multitude of physical forms? And what if we free the things around us from preconceived notions, and examine them in alternative ways – observing them as rhythms, processes or movements?

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