Dorsum by Dallas Collins
This artwork was made during lockdown with found materials from my shed/studio.
Collaborations between art and science are important to me because of the commonalities in the questions pursued by their respective practices. Artists and physicists can influence one another's work by offering complementary perspectives on these questions of time and entropy. There is something beautiful about the exploration that takes place in an art studio and the methodical and intentional exploration that science has; we all have common interests and different approaches in discovering its true nature and my art tries to follows these paths.
Drawing made with found bronze wire and patinated with household ammonia in a lock and load box.
14 x 14 x 10cm
This item was generously donated to Black Swan Arts during our Small & Affordable fundraising pop-up. Like many arts organisations, Black Swan Arts has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are a registered charity and currently receive no regular funding. We have very limited funds and rely heavily on volunteers and supporters. We are grateful to all who continue to support us through donations, purchase or giving their time to volunteer.