Imperceptible Movements

September 28, 2017


Imperceptible Movements by Angela Gilmour, looks at the hidden architecture within scientific instrumentation and the intricate mechanisms that record our surroundings. The exhibition combines fine art printmaking and installations of deconstructed instruments, selected over a variety of time periods. It will in particular link with physics, maths, and technology by looking at scientific equipment that measures the imperceptible movement of electrons to calculators that predate the electronic age.
Angela Gilmour is a professional artists with a background in physics and engineering. Gilmour is a member of Cork Printmakers and Backwater Artists Group.

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