French artist, Pascal Dombis, has been using computers and algorithms for the past twenty years to produce excessive repetition of simple processes.

Unpredictable and dynamic visual forms are synthesised into digital wall drawings, lenticular pieces or video installations. These de-structuring structures and irrational environments disturb, engage and inspire the viewer, posing fascinating paradoxes between the mechanical control and chaotic randomness that produce them.

Pascal Dombis has also collaborated with architect Gil Percal to design a series of five glass panels fabricated by local firm Cooling Brothers Glass Company for the new King’s Square development at Perth City Link. In combination with its debut, a cine retrospective of Dombis’ work will be exhibiting on the Perth Cultural Centre Screen through the month of June.

(Image credit: Mixed_Grill(e), 2014 / Raygun, Toowoomba - AUS. Site specific print installation with lenticular sheets, 5.60 x 2.30 m )

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Perth Cultural Centre Screen

Perth Cultural Centre, James Street Amphitheatre, (Bordered by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street and William Street)

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