LILAH FOWLER  
   
 
How the mind comes to be furnished. 2016
Collaborative show at Space In Between with Lilah Fowler and James Irwin.
All works conceived together with the exception of 'I am ten thousand cathedrals rolled into one' by Lilah Fowler.

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Exhibition evite animation

   

Below: Installation view
 

 
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Above:
I am ten thousand cathedrals rolled into one
2016
(Galvanised steel, laminate, acrylic, digital print, solar panel, fan) by Lilah Fowler

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How the mind comes to be furnished
2016 (Wi-Fi data, custom-built software, stereo, audio)
Audio work: Custom-built software uses bits of data from Wi-Fi traffic to manipulate the sound of a recording of wind turbine blades. The data stream of the gallery’s Wi-Fi is translated live into variations of the note and velocity of the original sampled audio; breaks in the sound relate to little - or no - network use.
   

   
 
Above and Below:
Snowcrash. 2016 (Dot-matrix print on listing paper) 20 meters x 22cm
Printed image that contains an encrypted video file.
 
 
 
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Vial of rock. 2016 (Digested rock sample broken down to a liquid, glass vial) 8cm x 3cm x 3cm
The liquid is a solution of cationic elements such as Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Potassium, Sodium and Silicon as well as various other metals in much lower concentrations. Various acids were used to break the atomic bonds in the crystal lattice and new bonds were formed with different species. The solution is 2% Nitric Acid.
 
 
Above and below:
Detail of: I am ten thousand cathedrals rolled into one. 2016
(Galvanised steel, laminate, acrylic, digital print, solar panel, fan) by Lilah Fowler
 
 

 
Below:
Detail of: I am ten thousand cathedrals rolled into one. 2016
(Galvanised steel, laminate, acrylic, digital print, solar panel, fan) by Lilah Fowler
 
 
 

Below: Installation view

Images by Ben Westoby