For BALTIC 39 | FIGURE THREE Wilson has transferred her studio to the gallery space, allowing the public to observe her making processes live and in situ.
Throughout the week Wilson will utilise prisms and theatrical lighting to create rainbows, or more accurately spectrums, that appear on the surfaces of her paintings momentarily. The prisms in the exhibition are mechanised at purposefully irregular intervals and choreographed in order to pass in front of light sources, allowing spectrums to briefly appear.
Wednesday 27 – Sunday 31 January 2016
Photography by Colin Davidson courtesy of BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
Public event with the solo exhibition Iris at BALTIC 39, FIGURE THREE, Newcastle, UK. 31st of January, 3pm
This event takes inspiration from peacocks and Kuroko (Japanese theatre stagehands who dress all in black). With thanks to University of Leeds and Northumbria University, Fine Art students.