“Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.”
- Galileo Galilea
Recent work by three BC artists whose practices are informed by scientific, technological or quantitative methods. In attempting to “make measurable what is not so” these artists point to the limitations of scientific epistemology and embrace the enigmatic nature of creative expression.
Image credit: To Make Measurable What Is Not So, installation, 2016
10.09.20 - 03.01.21VIEW