Waterhouse & Dodd is pleased to present a two-person exhibition, August Muth & Norman Mooney, featuring the innovative techniques explored by both artists.
For over 30 years August Muth has been an internationally exhibiting artist and a pioneer in the exploration of light through holography. Light, as we perceive it, gives us only a brief glimpse of the momentary realities in Which we exist. Muth strives to record with precision the perceptible light-space-time phenomena. As these three elements intertwine, a three-dimensional topography of pure light is formed, revealing a window into the elusive realms of the light-space-time paradox. His intent is to reveal a cognitive holographic dimension within the viewer’s ordinary experiences of light, and to stimulate a dialogue between the ordinary and the extraordinary planes of understanding.
Norman Mooney creates works that are at once physical and metaphysical. His works explore the elemental and cyclical synergies of nature. Materiality, pattern, scale and experience are key concerns within his practice. Norman makes sculpture, interior and exterior installations, drawings and works on paper, his methodology is one of experimentation and process with materials such as smoke, glass, steel and resin. In 2000 he set up WorkSpace11 in New York where he works with a team of studio technicians, architects and engineers.
For more information on the work of either artist, please contact the New York gallery at +1 212 717 9100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org