Preview: Friday July 8, 2011 @ 5.30pm - 8.00pm Exhibition: Saturday July 9, 2011 - Saturday July 30, 2011 @ 11:00 - 19:00
Mathematician, artist and programmer Tony Goddard presents an exhibition of algorithmic art work created in 2011 with a computer graphics programme written by Tony in 1983 while living and working in Bangkok. Each black and white landscape generated by the software is postcard sized and no two are the same. There will be around 60 in the exhibition.
The title refers to the now demolished Hyatt Plaza hotel and conference centre which dominated the landscape between the city and the airport. At this time Bangkok was a heady mix of cutting edge computer technology rubbing shoulders with the better known seedier side of the city - drug dealing, diamond smuggling, drinking, prostitution and the night club run by Howard Marx (Mr. Nice) which was raided during Tony's time there, and Tony's life reflected these contrasts.
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