Artformer: SOULMATES on Kinetica Show 2017




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Published on Feb 24, 2017

Antal Kelle ArtFormer's interactive sculpture was exhibited at Kinetica Museum's 10 years Aniversary Show London. This artwork is designed to be moved/used/played with by the visitors. Equiped with mechanism, that allows without a touch operate by hands.
SOULMATES consists of 2 types of figures, transform one shape to another. For the first glimpse we see two different figures, but their inside mechanisms are identical, so the same inputs result in the same output motion in both. They have same soul! But because of our preconceptions we observe them differently.
This work is a part of Kelle’s ASPECTS serie. The objects of this serie not purely question fundamental revelations and dogmas, but through numerous abstractions they suggest that the world, including human interactions/relationships are more colorful then we experience them in our everyday lives by stereotyping.
The figures on the pedestal could be moved by the visitors manually through construction (like turning manufacturing machines). The work can be seen in motion at this link: https://youtu.be/F5nKhH_PSak?t=1m37s

Full line-up of artists, at exibition:
Analema Group * Philipp Artus * Lauren Baker * Baraga
Gregory Barsamian * Ivan Black * Balint Bolygo * Lucio Cavallari
D-Fuse/Labmeta * Paul Friedlander * Jose Manuel Gonzalez
Luciana Haill * Dianne Harris * Holotronica
Scottie Chih-Chieh Huang * Jonty Hurwitz * Noam Ben Jacov
Antal Kelle * Kimatica * Hans Kotter * Ray Lee * Chris Levine
Tim Lewis * Jiayu Liu * Andy Lomas * Lorna McNeill
MDH Hologram & Musicjelly * Andras Mengyan
Moogambo / Circulus * Nika Oblak & Primoz Novak
Delphin Ortiz * Jon Pigott * Adrian Pritchard
Jasmine Pradissitto * Shama Rahman * Stanza
Lionel Stocard * Trope Scope * UBIK Teatro * Tom Wilkinson


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