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Hele-Shaw Cell Experiments: An Interactive Workshop with Antony Hall

Anyone who has seen Antony Hall’s spectacular works wants to know how they were made. ‘Tabletop Experiments’ is the brainchild of the artist and science enthusiast, who uses art as a medium of communicating and demonstrating scientific theories. Hall’s aesthetic, sculptural pieces are used to encourage creative experimentation in the quest to uncover scientific secrets.

rare opportunity to take part in an interactive workshop with Antony Hall will be available at Mayfair gallery, Gazelli Art House, on Tuesday 26th June as part of their On the Move exhibition. Here, Hall will explain the mechanisms behind several experiments that explore fluid motion including his ‘Perpetual Puddle Vortex’ where liquid drops down a hole in a puddle that never reduces, and an ink pot that is filled by a continuous drip of ink from the ceiling. Aside from these works, Hall will also demonstrate how he created his latest series of works where honey and resin are injected into perspex sheets in order to demonstrate the interaction of various materials. The audience will also be able to create and take home their own artworks and the demonstration will be streamed live from the gallery.


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Date and Time:

26 June 2012 at 6:00 pm


2 hours



Gazelli Art House
39 Dover Street
+44 (0) 2074918816
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