Jesse Wine (born Chester, 1983) works mainly with ceramics and uses traditional techniques to explore process and chance.
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Exhibition: 7-21 Sep 2013 / Mon-Sat 9.00-16.00
Reception: Sat 7 Sep 2013 / 17.00-19.00
Studio 19, Level 3, BALTIC 39
Art and design have played a key role in the development of computer technology, but how has the rapid-fire digital world influenced the traditionally slow process of painting? This British Science Festival exhibition, curated by Rachel Sharp, shows how contemporary painters are harnessing the creative potential of digital media. Exhibiting artists: Joy Garnett, Paul Goodfellow, Dan Hays, Daksha Patel, Rachel Sharp and Jo Wilmot.
Part of a programme of British Science Festival events at BALTIC 39 organised by BALTIC Professor Christine Borland with postgraduate artists and researchers from Northumbria University plus international guests.
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