Tatton Park Biennial
Created for Brass Art, Flights of Fancy exhibition held at Tatton Park, Cheshire.
The Trine Messenger sculpture was created by the data capture of 3D and 4D biomedical facial scans of each of the Brass Art artists, producing a mean average of their faces. The material transformation Brass Art undertook in the making of this new work was a conversion from living subjects to 4D cloud point data, through to 2D pattern and a single, gigantic, inflatable sculpture. The arrival of the Trine Messenger on the edge of the Golden Brook recasts the observer in miniature, inverting boundary and rule whilst confronting this interface between the natural, the human and the imagination.