CueB 2: HyperCueB

Kate Filmore: Okay, let's just say we are in this hypercube or whatever; does this diagram show us how to get out? 
Jerry Whitehall: Well... no. You see a hypercube isn't supposed to be real. It's just a theoretical construct.
- Cube 2: Hypercube

Alex Evans writes:

I'm a Brockley artist with an exhibition of my drawings (originals and prints) at the CueB Gallery in the Brockley Mess that runs till the 28th October. I have previously exhibited locally in the windows of Gruff Architects.

The exhibition is open from 10 - 5:30 every day. This series of 23 original drawings entitled 'Megasites and Microtopia' has been completed in the last 18 months, and charts a fascination I have with cities, cartography and geometric patterns in nature.

Each piece explores depictions of cities growing as organisms, prone to development and growth by a number of different external (and internal) factors. They are completed in black pen on paper and range from dense miniatures measuring 11 x 11cm to sprawling metropolitan abstracts measuring 70 x 70cm.

I am fascinated by the obsessional nature of drawing such landscapes, finding myself transported into these Utopias (No-where places) and forging new understandings of these mutated cities.


kolp said...

This reminds me of Stephen Wiltshire's work.

Anonymous said...

has to be a good outlet for OCD

Anonymous said...

Hypercube is one of the greatest films ever made

Brockley Nick said...

That might be overstating it somewhat. Cube was better, no?

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