Fluidity of Form: an exhibition of work by Nick Randall
Fluidity of Form: A sculptural exploration of the boat and the element of water is an exhibition of work by Nick Randall created for his Master of Fine Arts study at the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania, Hunter Street, Hobart.
The exhibition opened at Plimsoll Gallery, School of Creative Arts on Friday Feb 15 and runs until Wednesday Feb 27.
“This project seeks to communicate through sculpture different facets of humanity’s interaction with the ocean, ranging from water as calm and reflective to water as a turbulent force”, said Nick. “In doing so it reflects on both our intimate connection with water as well as our vulnerability in the face of its elemental power, using the boat form to explore these themes.”
“As a furniture designer and maker with a passion for boats and the marine environment I have found a deep pool of inspiration for my works in the extensive range of techniques developed by boatbuilders over millennia.”