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PRESS: Tom Ormond's Surface Warp Factor

July 12, 2010 by Ellie

In State of the Art, John-Paul Pryor converses with some of the art world’s most creative behind the scenes players: the curators. Painting by  Tom Ormond Surface Warp Factor is one of the most spaced-out shows you are likely to see this year. Despite a title that makes one instantly think of a battle scene in Star Trek, it’s a stunningly executed exploration of the relationship between science fiction, modernism and geometry, containing work by eight contemporary artists. I zipped up my spacesuit and stepped through the airlock to talk to the curator and participating artist Richard Ducker about sinister black objects, seven-minute versions of Kubrick’s 2001 and dystopian visions of the stock exchange... To continue reading the article at AnOther mag, click here. Surface Warp Factor is on show at the Aubin Gallery until July 25