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Past Exhibition

Lollypop Forest

Installation 1 Colin Duncan

Forest as corporate logo

In lollypop forest, installation 1, small vector graphics of circles and rectangles join to make lollypops that populate the wall with a randomness of sown seeds of data. Laser cut from gloss black acrylic sheet they reflect the viewer and the surrounding space, constantly leading your gaze into the artwork and then back into the gallery. Like corporate signage or an advertising campaign, constantly repeated, their solarised after glow embeds itself into ones consciousness.

Covering three adjoining walls lollypop forest, installation 1 appeared like a tree clad hillside or a vast vegetation spotted plain. Its scale, three dimensionality and global graphic counterpoint to that icon of regional identity, landscape painting.

Colin Duncan 2004

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Past Exhibition

Lollypop Forest

7 November 2004 - 18 July 2005

Installation 1 Colin Duncan

Forest as corporate logo

In lollypop forest, installation 1, small vector graphics of circles and rectangles join to make lollypops that populate the wall with a randomness of sown seeds of data. Laser cut from gloss black acrylic sheet they reflect the viewer and the surrounding space, constantly leading your gaze into the artwork and then back into the gallery. Like corporate signage or an advertising campaign, constantly repeated, their solarised after glow embeds itself into ones consciousness.

Covering three adjoining walls lollypop forest, installation 1 appeared like a tree clad hillside or a vast vegetation spotted plain. Its scale, three dimensionality and global graphic counterpoint to that icon of regional identity, landscape painting.

Colin Duncan 2004