NEO CAMBRIAN LIMITED EDITION PRINTS - BENJAMIN KNOCK

33. Angelic Orchis (print)
34. Orchadia (print)

current exhibition

Neo-Cambrian by Knock
April 22nd - May 12th

Join Let's Pretend Gallery in celebrating the opening night of Neo-Cambrian by Benjamin Knock. Friday 22nd of April from 6pm-9pm. 
Register for your free ticket here.

Delve into the primordial realm of the world underneath our feet, enter a conversation about the diverse geology that formed our unique country of Australia and the deep time scale that is sometimes forgotten in a fast paced world.
NEO-CAMBRIAN concludes a three part series of exhibitions that form a larger body of work, a conceptual investigation of the earth’s geological structure and the representation of deep time. In this final iteration, Knock's practice evolves from working primarily within two-dimensional forms (such as paint on canvas) into more immersive and sculptural works. Knock explores new technologies and media - 3D printers, resin printers, virtual reality, light installations and acid-sculpted pieces—creating a deeply immersive experience for audiences.
Benjamin KNOCK is a multi sensory artist working in a multitude of forms such as painting, 3D sculpting, resin printing, Virtual reality and utilizing light. His work has been presented both locally and internationally in various galleries and as large-scale outdoor installations. Working from his Melbourne-based studio, KNOCK is currently exploring how to best represent different geological patterns using forward thinking techniques and technology. His work has shown at Backwoods Gallery (VIC), QBANK Gallery (TAS), Off the Kerb (VIC), BnA Art Lab (JP), NEUWEST (GER) and he has partnered with brands including Suntory, Atomic and NIKE on various projects.
Proudly sponsored by Non, La Sirene Brewing Co. and Fin Wines.
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