Let me surround myself with hordes of books, objects and images that harbour that indescribable element of mystery. Let me...

My final pieces are a concentrated correlation of mysticism, nature, and psychology to produce optical illusions and subjective narratives in the forms of a surrealist film, abstract photography, and interactive sculpture. Multimedia interactive pop-up sculpture that explores the science of magic, curiosity and the art of prediction within a postmodern setting. It combines mythological symbolism, alchemical methodology and urban architecture to form a fictional interactive environment. This art sculpture folds down into a transportable case and has interchangeable lighting effects for illumination in low lighting whilst serving as a divination tool from its moving and interactive pieces. The sculpture was created in response to remarkable growth of spirituality in post-modern art culture and its future effect on the commercial market.

Visual poem inspired by the proverbial storytelling within divination “hydromancy” and how we use unconscious imagery to communicate those unfathomable processes such as hopes, fears and emotions. This work is based on subjective interpretation of narrative and meaning by using defragmented descriptions of stages within emotional processes and action. The visual imagery is made up of distorted footage taken from the reflections of movement and light upon water in a stream. This abstract imagery serves as a subjective prompt to support the narrative of the poem.

Short film with a surrealist narrative that is heavily influenced by the ongoing 2020 coronavirus lockdown. With limited access to spaces and people, this work is a response to sudden rip away from all we took for granted and the comforting retort to simple pleasures and nostalgic practices to compensate for our perceived losses. The footage includes: 16mm Bolex footage, 360-degree fisheye and underwater digital footage. When combined, it produces a surrealist narrative, heavily influenced by the presence of strong audio “Henry Hall & his orchestra -The teddy bear picnic” also reflecting the anxieties of being trapped indoors.

Ronnie Lambert

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My final pieces are a concentrated correlation of mysticism, nature, and psychology to produce optical illusions and subjective narratives in the forms of a surrealist film, abstract photography, and interactive sculpture. Multimedia interactive pop-up sculpture that explores the science of magic, curiosity and the art of prediction within a postmodern setting. It combines mythological symbolism, alchemical methodology and urban architecture to form a fictional interactive environment. This art sculpture folds down into a transportable case and has interchangeable lighting effects for illumination in low lighting whilst serving as a divination tool from its moving and interactive pieces. The sculpture was created in response to remarkable growth of spirituality in post-modern art culture and its future effect on the commercial market.

Visual poem inspired by the proverbial storytelling within divination “hydromancy” and how we use unconscious imagery to communicate those unfathomable processes such as hopes, fears and emotions. This work is based on subjective interpretation of narrative and meaning by using defragmented descriptions of stages within emotional processes and action. The visual imagery is made up of distorted footage taken from the reflections of movement and light upon water in a stream. This abstract imagery serves as a subjective prompt to support the narrative of the poem.

Short film with a surrealist narrative that is heavily influenced by the ongoing 2020 coronavirus lockdown. With limited access to spaces and people, this work is a response to sudden rip away from all we took for granted and the comforting retort to simple pleasures and nostalgic practices to compensate for our perceived losses. The footage includes: 16mm Bolex footage, 360-degree fisheye and underwater digital footage. When combined, it produces a surrealist narrative, heavily influenced by the presence of strong audio “Henry Hall & his orchestra -The teddy bear picnic” also reflecting the anxieties of being trapped indoors.

Ronnie Lambert

Give this some love

14+
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