Noise Fields is a digital artwork extrapolated from Matteo Zamagni's short film Horror Vacui (2018), originally commissioned by the ICA London and Channel 4 Random Acts. This video was made using analytical geoscientific tools which observe geological structures and reconstruct them digitally. It enforces computer vision for surveying geological formation and time-based geomorphing as well as visualizing climate change effects on affected environments as well as autonomous scouting for resources.
Both Horror Vacui and Noise Fields are showing in Zamagni's first solo exhibition in the UK, in partnership with Anise Gallery. alongside a new series of large scale prints and a site-specific installation.
Set in the context of the current ongoing climate crisis, Crepuscolo explores the relationship between human hyper-development and geological growth, it focuses on the role of human activity in re-purposing and removing Earth’s resources, and in doing so disrupting world balance.
Crepuscolo is Anise Gallery’s inaugural exhibition at its second space in South East London and signifies the launch of their latest gallery and events space.
More details on Anise Gallery's website.