Andrew Reach’s Art Installation at the 2013 Cleveland Ingenuityfest – Sept. 20 – 22, 2013

My life partner Andrew Reach was selected to exhibit his art at this years Cleveland Ingenuityfest for his innovative digital art.

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2013 Cleveland Ingenuityfest - Andrew Reach art Installation

Andrew says about the work above:

My architectural background comes into the work “Seven Model Citizens”.  Within a vocabulary of symbols suggestive of computer code, seven anthropomorphic architectonic constructions are lined up, at once symbolizing individuality and rigid conformity. The blocky formed monoliths conform to a grid where they must reside, yet, each is still unique. The antenna appendage on their heads represents the untethered power we now possess to be connected with smart phones and Wi-Fi.

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Model Citizen, 2013
Assembled 3d Prints

ingenuityfest_installation5(on right) Three Comma One, 2013

Andrew says about the work above:

The work “Three Comma One” represent my left brain and right brain, on a collision course with each other. Grids and symbols, numbers and letters alluding to architectural and engineering drawings (from my left brain) coexist with colorful geometric abstraction (from my right brain).

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(left to right): Reformabit 1 & Reformabit 2

Andrew says about the work above:

The word Reformabit is latin to transform or reshape. The works “Reformabit 1” and “Reformabit 2” are  studies of relationships of geometric parts all working in harmony to make a dynamic system and suggest a vocabulary of abstracted engineering drawings. These constructions are also about energy and movement. Again, these works represent a meeting of the two sides of my brain, a balancing act of engineering and creativity.

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