Cameron May |  Labyrinth

23 August – 22 September 2018






Labyrinth is a geometric vortex, a singularity endlessly collapsing towards its center.


The mechanical sculpture rotates on its an axis. Programmed lights strobe its surface at alternate frequencies, synthesizing movement in different harmonies.


Labyrinth is a stroboscopic Zoetrope, an evolution in the basic principles of animation.  


Cameron May lives in Wellington, New Zealand. Cameron’s practice focuses on the potential of on generative machines – objects and installations that remain dynamic and unpredictable. Cameron graduated in Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2014. Cameron is currently completing his MFA at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand.


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