LOUISA MAGRICS

3D Webs, 2016

Crocheted acrylic yarn
Dimensions variable

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Inspired by music theory and organic patterns, 3D Webs is a tangible representations of time. The woven structures translate rhythmic beats from sound into material forms. These material compositions interact with the environment in a unique site-specific performance, temporarily augmenting the natural architecture. Thoughts of coding, numerical sequencing and algorithms are meditated upon as the artist assumes the role of conduit or 3D printer. Poetically this subject matter aims to reflect the existence of interconnected and symbiotic systems, both in real world environments and the digital realm of the internet. Part of a broader series of installations exploring movements through time and temporary occupations of space, 3D Webs has been performed in various public sites throughout QLD, SA, VIC and NSW.