By using simple materials and elegant forms, Australian Artist James Tapscott seeks to create a balance between the artistic process and naturally occurring phenomena. Join James to explore this collaboration between artist, environment, and audience. This talk is part of the BMoCA + Swoon International Artist Residency program, established in 2014 to give international artists a creative environment free from daily pressures and to provide the resources, space, and freedom for them to realize courageous works of art.
James Tapscott is primarily a land and light artist whose work explores ideas of phenomenology and our response and understanding of natural phenomena through site-specific installations, sculpture, and photographic projects.
Find out more about James Tapscott and his work here.
Image: James Tapscott, Arc Zero – Nimbus, 2017, Omachi, Japan. Mist, light, mirror, rigging, pumps, nozzles, filters, 6m diameter. Photo courtesy of artist.