Morphogenesis Exhibition of new works Rosa Doyle and Boudicca Paloma.
‘Morphogenesis: the beginning of shape.’ is a two woman exhibition of new paintings by Boudicca Paloma and myself. Inspired by the Library’s collection of books about Textiles, and patterns found in nature.
The exhibition, ‘Morphogenesis’ will be held at the Westminster Reference Library from tuesday 14th of June till Saturday 25th of June 2016. The private view is on Wednesday 15th of June, from 6.30pm till 8.30pm
“Morphogenesis: (from the Greek morphê: shape and genesis: creation, literally, “beginning of the shape”) is the biological process that causes an organism to develop its shape. It is one of three fundamental aspects of developmental biology along with the control of cell growth and cellular differentiation.”
Boudicca is a painter whose work ties together psychotropic landscapes, natural phenomena and lurid popular culture.
Her work often begins with interpreting symbols and patterns and reflecting on how these has evolved and been translated through time and space.
Fascinated by the notion of dream like states and humanity’s psyche in the present day. Boudicca’s work is a journey of colour and form, which at its centre aims to reach a state of meditation and reflection.
There will be a cross-disciplinary round table discussion relating to the theme of pattern in Nature and its influence on Mankind.
Date: Wednesday 15th June 2016 Time: arrive from 6pm the discussion will start at 6.15pm
Duration 1 hour
Venue: Westminster Reference Library, St Martins Lane, Leister Sq, London
Lead by representatives from Mathematical, Psychological, Biological and Artistic backgrounds.
discussion on ‘Patterns in the natural world and their influence on humanity’. The Panel is made up of carefully considered individuals, with a wide ranging knowledge of the subject.