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Extensive Continuum

posted on 26.03.2021, 04:28 by Sue RoncoSue Ronco
This immersive installation art exhibition contributes to new knowledge in the interception of environmental art and process-relational philosophy studies. I utilize Alfred North Whitehead’s concept of ‘feeling’ – the grasping of data from our surrounds so as to incorporate it within our experiential matrix - to argue that immersive installation art provides an opportunity to both explore embodied sensory experiences, and encounter nature as an integrated advance of processes which intensify feeling. Drawing on recent commentary on Alfred North Whitehead’s process cosmology, the installation deals with the concept of ‘intensity of feeling’ and embodied sensory awareness.


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Phyllis Palmer Gallery, Bendigo

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