29 September – 25 October
Stephen Roedel is an artist with a recent Bachelor of Visual Arts. Specialised in painting and experienced in sound design; Roedel is aesthetically invested in the milieu between rhythm and noise, across dimensions.
Digitalism has changed user’s perceptions of materiality, space/time and information; altering and shifting the borders that define the real. The bit – the numerological basis of the digital is information in its smallest most abstract form – one or zero. However no system functions perfectly and it is within this aesthetic of malfunction that I locate my own work – errors, corruptions and crashes are compositional models.