2018
Fishbowl
Lachlan Sleight
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FishBowl is a modern recreation of a 19th century Harmonograph, a physical machine which converted the movement of pendulums into geometric images. Sleight has spent years experimenting with these same simple forces to draw digital patterns that seem complex and alive; he hopes the viewer considers what other seemingly complex patterns around them are driven by simple and knowable forces.

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