in_form: Visualizing Networkism
in_form: Visualizing Networkism is a conceptual exhibition comprised of installations and structural works inspired by the artistic trend Networkism. Large-scale structural works and installations give new visual representation to complex data systems.
Networkism was first introduced by Manuel Lima in his book Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information. He explains that Networkism is stimulated by rhizomatic properties like non-linearity, multiplicity, scientific advances and interconnectedness in the study areas of physics, genetics, computer systems, molecular biology, neuroscience and sociology. Featured in this exhibition, is installation artist Esther Stocker.
This exhibition is purely conceptual. All artist work is to accompany the visualization of the concept.
Pictured Installations by Esther Stocker:
In defence of Free Forms, parte 1, exhibition view OREDARIA Arti Contemporanee, Roma. Photo: Mario Di Paolo
2006, black dispersion and white masking tape on wall and floor, Galleria Contemporaneo, Mestre, Photo: Primoz Bizjak
Approximation linéare, La BF15, Lyon, 2016. Photo: Esther Stocker
Untitled, 2012, masking tape on wall on wall, exhibition view Rasterfahndung. Das Raster in der Kunst nach 194 , Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. Photo: Frank Kleinbach
From the future, Kunsthalle Bratislava, 2016. Photo: Welin Nagyová