James Angel: Turning Points 2005-Present
Description: The breadth of Angel’s art practice includes investigations into issues like science and physics, mutation and adaptation, non-linear dynamics and quantum mechanics, as well as science fiction and speculative futures in an effort to better understand our place in the cosmos. The range of pictorial imagery in this catalog, both abstract and naturalistic, represents Angel’s ongoing investigations into the hidden relationships that define the world around us. Motifs from geometry, iconography, nature, and the digital realm all collide in Angel’s work, which speak to the different types of encounters we can have both within and beyond the visual spectrum. This survey of the artist’s work covers nearly two decades of projects and makes a great collectable monograph or an art coffee table book that will be sure to inspire guests and spark conversations.
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