May 4 to 24: Exhibition « Operable Routines 125 » | Opening on Wednesday, May 4 @7pm
Photography exhibition by Andrew Vox
Operable Routines 125 is about the imbalance between distortion and control. The process of creating a photograph is built on chemical reactions. With chemistry and time, one could control and manipulate every aspect of an image. Alternately, the brain functions and thrives on chemicals to control the human body without our awareness or consent. Chemicals are used to force an alteration of the mind from this homeostasis state.
Operable Routines 125 is a manipulation of the balance a mind is forced to see. With enough time, light and adjustment, the perceptions of the reality is able to be adjusted into composed visual distortions. These contortions serve as a form of control within one’s own chaos. Elegant movements of the lens allow a control of the visual distortions while being within the chaos. These photos serve as a coming to terms and a catharsis for a lack of chemical control.
Andrew Vox was born in Baltimore, Maryland in the United States. Vox works predominantly in the medium of photography but is well versed in a multitude of computer programs and other electronic mediums. Vox completed a Bachelors in Fine Arts in English from the University of Maryland. He has additional degrees in Photography, Simulation Design and Gaming from Cecil College, as well as certificates in Graphic Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Vox has been a part of multiple group shows in both France and the United States. In 2015 Vox was part of a group artist lab held in the Saatchi Gallery in London, England. Currently, Andrew is matriculating for his degree in Transdisciplinary New Media at the Paris College of Art in Paris, France.
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