A Colour Field Point of No Return – Matthew Biederman’s Event Horizon

Event Horizon

Several prominent currents run through the oeuvre of Montreal's Matthew Biederman – data systems, politics, broadcast media, performance and the promotion of awareness of northern landscapes and cultures. Another interest that is evident across Biederman's body of work is colour, a fascination that he demonstrates an almost painterly preoccupation with within several of the installations that he's executed over the last decade. The latest such work is the ominously titled Event Horizon, an immersive, generative AV installation commissioned for the International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN) in Montreal.

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