Icebergs
Sperical Harmonics
Trees
Random Growth
Seeds
Analogue Pots
 
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MORPHOLOGIES - I tend to work in series based around an idea or computational algorithm and so create morphologies of related works. I am interested in the sense of time that this offers, a sort of animation captured over a period. Referencing growth patterns and mimicking other natural processes with computer code I can gradually alter the parameters and numerical values to create these groupings of vessels. This way of work can be seen as quite removed and objective, not very ‘artistic’ but what I am seeking is to explore that common abstract expression of nature that we all admire in the wilderness. I would argue it is more subjective for the viewer as you need to find it for yourself. It is about working with natural phenomena, material and abstract to reinforce that however removed we think we are from the natural world we still carry the wilderness in each one of us.

Jonathan Keep, Morphology Pot
 
Jonathan Keep, Morphology Pot
Drop
12 x 8 cm ave
Sin Cos
12 x 6 cm each
Jonathan Keep, Morphology Pot
 
Jonathan Keep, Morphology Pot
Noise Morphology 5
13 x 9 cm ave
 
Noise Morphology 5
13 x 9 cm ave
Jonathan keep, Morphology pots
 
Jonathan keep, Morphology pots
Evolving Morphology
   
Flute Morphology
 

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