Illumini is planning more events, and is looking for artist's, from all genres, including performance, that use light in their work.
We also offers work placement opportunities for artists.
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Category: Visual Artist
Jasmine completed Ph.D. ‘Rare Earth Doping of Silicon', materials, physics and optics in 1995. An ex- physicist, that returned to Art College and started using scientific ideas and methods. She graduated in 2006 from London Metropolitan University with a BA (Hon's) in Fine Art. Achieving the following prizes and awards: The Francis Martin Prize for life Drawing and 2nd prize at Lautere Moores in Corks St London and was a finalist for the Celeste Painting Prize
Since graduating from art school, she has completed residencies at Portsmouth University, on the confluence of science and art and part of collaboration for London South Bank University, with an installation looking at quantum mechanical representation of atoms. Exhibited throughout London in many exhibitions and galleries including BBC Blast, Confluence of Science and Art and has exhibited internationally at Alpen Gallery in New York .
Jasmine's work can been seen in the following collections:
The Federation Tower, Moscow
The Tokyo Arts Centre, Japan
Portsmouth University, England
London South Bank University, England
Pradissitto has devised an automated gravity fed machine that produces formula based paintings that are constructed from one singular line of paint. By mechanical intervention the artist eliminates inherent unknowns enabling her to produce the controlled abstract.
As a result of Pradissitto's scientific and methodical approach, her finished works are predictable but always evolving; unraveling themselves with each swing of the pendulum, her process is a confluence of science and art; numbers and mathematics analogous to imagery and metaphor.
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Above images copyright of Jasmine Predissitto 2009-2010