Watch this Space - Nat Penny
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This collection of past works engages with concepts of constant motion and its impact upon human functionality. Produced at different times throughout Nat's artistic development, they explore the multilayered nature of human perception, with the intention of creating sensory satisfaction.
They employ discreet coincidences of ‘the fit’ and pleasing points of interconnectedness, engaging the theory that when we're exposed to simple situations that see everyday objects combined in harmonious configurations that don’t concede to the contexts that our past would place them in, our expectations are challenged about how things relate to one another and we are forced to restructure our understandings.
'Seeking composure in the acceleration of the technological world, I must rely on my ability to receive the overwhelming influx of information and order it, to detect unexpected fits and simple satisfactions that vibrate amidst the complexity'.