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self and now, Baltic 39 Newcastle 2013

"probably the most mind-boggling experience I have had in a gallery. Ever." Lucy Chenery, the courier online: http://thecourieronline.co.uk/review-mark-fell-self-and-now/

A collection of works by Sheffield based artist Mark Fell using spatial sound synthesis and computer controlled light. Fell's background in electronic music, film art and philosophy is combined to produce installation works that engage both phenomenological and critical concerns. Fell's interest in how we encounter time is explored in his piece Factoid#3, while his work for an array of 64 loudspeakers challenges the construction of space typical to many multichannel works. Despite the conceptual nature of Fell'ss work, its sensory vibrancy, the use of concentrated sound and saturated light, give it an immediate appeal.

A project for Baltic and Tusk Festival. '64 Beautiful Phase Violations' was commissioned for salford sonic fusion festival.

Mark Fell. Impossible Water Temple 2013. Installation view BALTIC 39. Courtesy the artist and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. Photo: Colin Davison

Mark Fell. 64 Beautiful Phase Violations. Installation view BALTIC 39. Courtesy the artist and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. Photo: Colin Davison

Mark Fell. 64 Beautiful Phase Violations 2013. Installation view BALTIC 39. Courtesy the artist and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. Photo: Colin Davison

Mark Fell. Factoid #3 2011. Installation view BALTIC 39. Courtesy the artist and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. Photo: Colin Davison


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