Amy’s work explores a psychological landscape in the persona of her alter-ego Holographic Love.
“Holographic Love in the Lands of the Sugarcube Palace” video still from installation. size variable.
Julius makes holographic studies of imagined explosions in space
Bumm! (Boom!) rainbow multiplex hologram 30 x 40cm
Guillermo’s work deals with a visual interpretation of his understanding of consciousness.
Ideas, 2012 DCG reflection hologram 16.5 x 25.5cm
February 21st – March 7th 3013
Guillermo F. Heinze
Thursday February 21st 6.30 – 8.30pm
Thursday March 7th 6.30 – 8.30pm
Viewing by appointment at other times.
For further information contact Jonathan Ross: Phone 07747 807576
3D CAPSICUM is Amy Rush (Australia), Julius Schmiedel (Germany) and Guillermo F. Heinze (Argentina), and holography united us back in 2005 when we first met at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne in the seminar of Dieter Jung.
We have been exhibiting and collaborating together since then, helping each other with the installation of work and with advice on how to materialise our visions. At the beginning of 2011 we decided to work as a group, and to this end 3D CAPSICUM was born.
Under this umbrella, we work together as visual artists making laser, light and video installations, exploring how light interacts with the environment, people’s minds and feelings. Our work is concerned with new media and performance.
This show exhibits our latest holograms as a collective installation.
Amy Rush & Guillermo Heinze last exhibited at Gallery 286 in February 2008 (opens in a new window/tab)