That Hall Is Woven of Serpents Spines, 2018 Signal Film and Media, Barrow-in-Furness Supported by Arts Council England
Kendrick’s work explores conversations of the future and the ever shrinking gap between the physical and virtual world. We have in many ways realised the potential to project our wildest dreams. Kendrick’s work explores many aspects of science fiction and video games; utilising elements of collage, film and found documentary in order to explore the extended language painting as a digital endeavour.
For Brighton CCA: Dorset Place, Kendrick presents a new body of work that looks at the potential of Artificial Intelligence. As more complexity is imbued onto this fledgling technology, the parallels between it and natural systems have started to surface. It learns from us, our network and the world around us, feeding on the stories we tell. Through a conversation with this technology Kendrick has developed an immersive installation populated by life, sound and language.
This work marks the culmination of a year-long Fellowship established between the University of Brighton, Manchester School of Art, Bath Spa University and the Freelands Foundation. This work has also been made possible by the Omni Colour Artist Award.
This is project #6 of Dorset Place x 11 collaborations – a new series of projects and work responding to the university as a site for experimentation and learning. Admission is free and open to all.
Dorset Place is Brighton CCA’s project space and hosts a series of short projects and exhibitions by emerging artists, organisations, curators and students. With a fast changing programme, the space is an exciting platform for experimentation, collaboration and engagement with new ideas and voices. Dorset Place allows us to be responsive, initiating and supporting projects which stand alone or connect to our wider programme. The space is offered free of charge with curatorial, marketing and limited technical support.
6 Dorset Place
Brighton BN2 0JG