At The Danish Art Workshops Artist Honey Biba Beckerlee is weaving a 3 meters long butterfly algorithm using optical fiber, internet cables and silk on the loom. The work is due to exhibit at Charlottenborg Palace in Oct. 2022.
Biba Beckerlee’s works manifests in a variety of mediums revolving around experimentation. She is interested in how visual art can challenge the idea of a coherent objective reality, such as notions of originality, individualism and anthropocentrism as well as concepts from classical physics’ such as cause and effect, linear time and objectivity.
In relation to this, she produces artworks in a bodily scale that implement digital materials and draws upon complex correlations between nature, the human body, and digital technology. Her focus lies upon the demands of the digital age in using elements and natural resources, and she draws attention to this by creating sculptural installations made of materials like silicium and weaved cobber cables.
In this event, Biba Beckerlee invites the visitor to see and experience her current working process in the weaving workshop, where she will discuss her unusual work producing butterfly swarm algorithms with a material like optical fiber.
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The Danish Art Workshop
Gammel Dok Pakhus
Strandgade 27 B, 1401 København K