Bio Orchestra – Artist Talk

Plant with pens set up of Bio orchestra

Bio Orchestra: Artist Talk – Storefront – 11am – 4pm

Join local artist Gayle Storey in the Storefront as she discusses her latest Art Experiment ‘Bio Orchestra’.

Gayle Storey is a Fine Artist with a Studio based in the Chilterns. Her current project ‘Bio Orchestra’ is an interdisciplinary project combining science, art and music and was founded upon Darwin’s Research into Movement of Plants.

During March – April 2018, Storey will be observing the bio structures across Luton at 12 important locations; identified through a public online poll that she ran earlier in the year.

Storey will be in the Storefront from 11am – 4pm on Saturday 7 April, taking movement readings from the plants, and invites you to pop in and talk to her about her work.

 

Linear drawing set up of Bio orchestra
"Expression and simulation resonate within my work, to create powerful collaborations, decadent and stunning images, extending the perimeters of Fine Art." Gayle Storey

Location:

64 Bute Street,
Luton,
LU1 2EY

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