Bruno David is pleased to present a new video work by Barry Anderson Fragments of Space, in the new media room. This is the artist’s 3rd solo exhibition with the gallery.
Fragments of Space is a series of animations exploring imaginary architectural and psychological spaces. These minimalist works exist as endless, inescapable movements of exploration and claustrophobia. The animations were created wholly using digital 3D design tools.
Barry Anderson is based in Kansas City, working in video, photography, and installation. His work has been featured in over 30 solo exhibitions and over 80 group exhibitions around the US and abroad. His work is also included in numerous public and private collections around the country. In 2009, his video animations were featured in a city-wide public art retrospective and accompanying monograph organized and produced by Light Work in Syracuse, New York. His current focus is on an ambitious, multi-faceted narrative called The Janus Restraint.