The glass cyphers is a collaboration between artists Griet Beyaert and Paul Miller, fusing glass making and digital technology in an experimental investigation of light and form. Multi-layered video will be projection-mapped onto sculpted glass works, suspended in the imposing space of the Left Bank interior. The effect as the audience moves in the areas beneath the pieces will be of self-contained, floating light-spaces; the perception of the solidity of objects is removed and new space is created. There will be live visual mixing and sound performances each night during the installation.
Artist talk: 6th October 7 – 7.45pm
As part of the Headingley Festival of Ideas, artists Griet Beyaert and Paul Miller will talk about the ideas behind their upcoming exhibition.
Exhibition opening: the glass cyphers (all welcome) – 9th October 7 – 9pm
Exhibition: the glass cyphers – 10th October 6pm – Midnight
In conjunction with Leeds Light Night the glass cyphers exhibition will be open to the public. The
Exhibition: the glass cyphers – 11th October Midday – 10.30pm
In conjunction with the Cardigan Triangle Art Day the glass cyphers exhibition will be open to the public along with works by local artists taking part in the art day. During the day there will be interactive workshops for all the family and our bar will be open.