Margaret Seymour is a Sydney-based artist who works with a range of media including sculptural objects, video and sound. Each of her artworks forms part of a larger project which examines change and transformation, specifically the impact of digital technology on more traditional ideas of space, time and bodies.
While it is often argued that electronic space is replacing or annihilating real space, Margaret is interested in the overlap between the two. Her works are designed to test the temporal, cultural and/or social characteristics of these two spatial modes and the relationships between them.
01.08.2014 – Opening night of The Sceptical Image exhibition - 6.30pm at SCA Gallery University of Sydney
10.05.2014 – 5-9pm opening night of La Lune: Energy Producing Art exhibition at Long Reef Headland. This evening exhibition continues till Sunday 18 May 2014.
20.02.2014 – 23.02.2014 see TRACKER alongside works by six other artists at Electroscape: The Here and Now of Digital Art from 12-5pm Thurs-Sun at 107 Projects, Redfern.
19.02.2014 – 6-9pm opening night of Electroscape: The Here and Now of Digital Art at 107 Projects, Redfern.
15.02.2014 – Amy Prcevich and Margaret Seymour speak with 2SER radio presenter Jess Scully about Electroscape: The Here and Now of Digital Art