Emma Neuberg’s solo show at Plymouth Gallery (at the University of Plymouth, UK) presented an impressive range of work based on geometry, grid formations, symmetry and repeats.
Geometric structures inform her work in creating abstract patterns that follow and challenge formal symmetry. This is a theme that has underpinned her work for many years.
The new works in the show were commissioned by curator Hannah Rose following interest in Neuberg’s creation of The Geometrics, a collective of European artists that the artist collated in order to create a pioneering ‘visual music’ with grids, geometry and fabric.
Inspired by her husband’s work with improvising musicians, Neuberg worked with similar ideas with artists for a year. Some of the outcomes and developments of this work were shown in this trail-blazing solo exhibition.
The show, curated by Hannah Rose, ran 10th January – 23rd February 2016 at Plymouth Gallery, Plymouth College of Art, UK.
Photo credits: Sarah Packer.