Rye Creative Centre
Friday, April 8, 2016
Saturday, April 30, 2016
New Road, Rye, TN31 7LS
South East England
Rye Creative Centre

Re-envisioning Landscape

Ian Brown – Printmaker
Gary Mckay – Scientist
Steph Rubin – Sculptor

Preview Friday 8 April 5.30pm – 8pm
Exhibition continues 10am – 3pm weekdays until 29 April
Exhibitors discussion event in the gallery Saturday 30 April, 2pm

Ian Brown’s subject matter is the natural world and the forces that shape it. And, underpinning the delivery in print, is a fascination with the photomechanical protocols we take for granted.

Gary McKay is a Remote Sensing Analyst and Scientist and
Research Professor with the University of Dundee. He uses
satellites, planes, submarines – anything not physically attached to the earth – to detect, observe and analyse the landscape.

Steph Rubin has reproduced details from paintings, prints and
postcards into 3D sections, which create scenes of other worldliness and places that the viewer can explore. She turns unseen and
mundane details that surround us into the extraordinary.

Rubin is currently collaborating with Jonathan Hogg, a scientist/engineer, to work with specific meteorology data to
produce 3D sculptures. They have been shortlisted for the Brighton/Hove Plinth Campaign (2015) and Art Angel 100 (2014).