Joyce Hinterding: Loops and Fields: Induction Drawings Series 3

  • ©2010, Joyce Hinterding, Loops and Fields: Induction Drawings Series 3
  • ©2010, Joyce Hinterding, Loops and Fields: Induction Drawings Series 3
  • ©2010, Joyce Hinterding, Loops and Fields: Induction Drawings Series 3

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    Loops and Fields: Induction Drawings Series 3

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    2010

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    Loops and Fields is a collection of drawings that resonate sympathetically with the electromagnetic fields within the gallery. Delving into the relationships between physical principles and the chaotic nature of the hand drawn line, these drawings are an exploration of conductive materials and the possibilities for drawing electronic components. When connected to a sound system these drawings make audible their interior activity and reveal the energy that exists in the immediate environment.

    An electric hum pervades the gallery – a low static vibration – like inputs incorrectly plugged. It is the sound of unanchored energy amplified, open to the potential for articulation. Like an open channel it sounds available for use, as if existing at the brink of articulation. Deriving from the Greek – energia, an ‘activity or operation’ – energy is a quantity that can be assigned to every particle, object, and system of objects. Energy is created as a consequence of the state of these particles or systems, and despite the seeming certainty of their categorical definitions, any form of energy can be transformed into another form. As a universally occurring transformative process this possibility for movement on a particle level highlights the mutability of all things, regardless of scale.

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