The British Artist Max Eastley, his oeuvre is a wonder, his main topic is 'wind'. And how he started his exploration on the topic of 'wind'.
'Wind' is a very interesting subject in art and philosophy, as well as ecology. I am exploring the aesthetic value of Max Eastley's oeuvre.
- The procedure and its transforming
- From a metaphysical aspect
- On randomness and MA (間)
- Imagination in the arts
For me as a Japanese, his work is aesthetic deeply.
He has no sense of contemporary kitsch (style), even if his installation is in the context of contemporary art, but in the context of Wohlheim, Wittgenstein, and so on.
His installation Rotation 1 and Rotation 2 (2016) is trans-coding of nature from observation, not by the analysis of nature. He deals with the topic of time and space as 'motion'–on Randomness and MA (間)–is his own knowledge through his observation in nature. (From my research aspect, he is an artist (in ecology) in the context of Tate Modern.)
I like the artists (composers) Max Eastley, Joseph Nechvatal, and Martin Supper–their individual 'figuration'–logic in art, and nonsense. It gives me a new aesthetic and essentiality, despite fascination, towards the new technology with artificial intelligence, robotics, and high-speed internet communication.
There is the wind, so there is 'change' in everyday life. That is 'motion' in nature.
Another composition is from the environmental sound, that is electro-acoustic sound composition. i.e. Musique Concrète