Exhibition

John Provencher◯ circles(s) —  Imperfections

Opening Event
Tuesday 21st February
6 - 8pm: Reception evening

On View
22 - 27 Feb 2023
4 Cromwell Place, South Kensington
London SW7 2JE

Circles is a generative script composed on a letter-sized piece of paper (8.5” x 11”). While circles is a digital artwork, the material of the piece refers to the dithering found when printing on common b/w laser printers. Each output is a step by step guide on how to draw a circle ... programmatic interferences of time and light distort each attempt to render a circle(s), creating compositions of imperfection with hopes to create something new.

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Circles is part of the group exhibition Imperfections. Through a series of long form projects by generative artists, this exhibition explores the role imperfections play in great artworks, and how the pursuit of artistic perfection appears to be a paradoxical endeavour.

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Artist

John Provencher

John Provencher is an independent artist, designer and educator practicing in brooklyn, new york. Within these disciplines, he uses the generative nature of software as a medium to shape projects both on and offline. He is currently a member of the New Museum's New Inc Program and teaches at the New School.
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