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Liam Reeves

MA work

As technology advances, the ways that we perceive, understand and influence the world around us change. As every aspect of human experience permeates through the filter of electronic manipulation, actual experience becomes more entwined with the virtual. Through the use of digital tools, it becomes possible to understand form purely in terms of mathematical coordinates, or to observe sound as a visual phenomenon. This work is an attempt to interpret this kind of technological advancement, the effect it has on the way that we interface with our environment and its transience as it is superseded by its own evolution.


Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Humanities

    Programme

    MA Ceramics & Glass, 2011

  • As technology advances, the ways that we perceive, understand and influence the world around us change. As every aspect of human experience permeates through the filter of electronic manipulation, actual experience becomes more entwined with the virtual. Through the use of digital tools, it becomes possible to understand form purely in terms of mathematical coordinates, or to observe sound as a visual phenomenon. This work is an attempt to interpret this kind of technological advancement, the effect it has on the way that we interface with our environment and its transience as it is superseded by its own evolution.


  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), 3D Design, Middlesex University, 1998
  • Experience

  • Team leader, Aaronson Noon, London, 2001-3; Glassmaker, Aaronson Noon, London, 1998-2001; Freelance consultant/technician, London, 2003-present; Hot glass technician, Royal College of Art, 2003-9
  • Exhibitions

  • Glass v Metal, Craze Gallery, London, 2008; Anthony Harris/Liam Reeves, Turf Gallery, London, 2008; Out of Practice, Siobhan Davies Studios, London, 2010; Glass Echoes 2, The Crypt Gallery, London, 2009
  • Awards

  • Winner, Charlotte Fraser Award, 2010