Slime Mould Logic David Cheeseman

20 May – 18 June 2016

Slime moulds use a form of spatial ‘memory’ to navigate, despite not having a brain.

David Cheeseman primarily works with sculpture, installation and photography and his work often has an interdisciplinary focus. He is particularly interested in the methodologies and materiality of science.

David Cheeseman

Slime Mould Logic – Installation view, 2016

David Cheeseman

Slime Mould Logic, 2016

Silver birch, lead-glass, gold plated magnets, magnetic putty, borosilicate l: 356 x w: 168 x ht: 115cm

David Cheeseman

Slime Mould Logic (detail), 2016

David Cheeseman

Slime Mould Logic (detail), 2016

David Cheeseman

Less Than Said, 2016

Bog oak ht: 214 x w: 482 d: 21cm

David Cheeseman

Less Than Said (detail), 2016

David Cheeseman

Endless In Between, 2016

2016 Bog oak, silicone, borosilicate, acetate 200 x 122 x ht: 121cm

David Cheeseman

Endless In Between (detail), 2016

Bog oak, silicone, borosilicate, acetate 200 x 122 x ht: 121cm

David Cheeseman

A Few Drops More, 2016

Oak, stainless steel chain, glass. Also video (not shown) ht: 293 x w: 100 x d: 64cm

David Cheeseman

A Few Drops More (detail), 2016

David Cheeseman

A Few Drops More (detail), 2016

David Cheeseman

More Than Enough, 2016

Phosphor bronze, industrial felt, brass pins 116 x 116cm

David Cheeseman

More Than Enough (detail), 2016