Installed in the newly relocated Whitespace Gallery, an exhibition of new work by two Edinburgh based artists…..
2016 marks 30 years since the original launch date for television to be beamed into our homes through satellites, yet as technology develops, so too has our means, mode and method of interactive entertainment.
As such, Wilson and Kaii’s works together, explore the diffusion gradient of information mixed with entertainment, and the resulting illusions, both transparent and conceited, so widely prized for its ephemeral catharsis effects.
M.H.Kaii’s sculptures in metal and wood solidify the transient means of delivery of digital transmission, rapture and ruptures within communities.
Whilst Stephanie Wilson’s interplay between light, materials and moving images composes the garish and gaudy gestures of recurring spectacle, intact with all its glimmers, glints and glitches.
Together their works develop and expand a dialogue inspired by everyday digital interactions.