• Roger Murray

"I’m always striving to awaken a deep appreciation for the beauty and mysteries of existence, inviting viewers to embark on their own personal journey of self-discovery and spiritual connection."

Procession, the idea of continuous movement, rhythmic cycles and the passage of time was the unifying thread that brought together the new works created for Roger Murray’s latest exhibition. Ideas around technology, spirituality and the physical nature of wood converging all feature in this new collection of wall mounted sculptures.

By basing the design of the sculpture on the principals of sacred geometry, an additional layer of significance is added to the theme of procession. The inherent mathematical proportions found in sacred geometric shapes are emblematic of the divine order permeating the universe. Once these symbolic forms are incorporated into the sculptures, Murray aims to convey a sense of harmony, rhythm, and balance.

"I’ve always been fascinated by the intersection of art and technology. In the last year, I have become increasingly interested in the use of machine learning and fluid dynamics; specifically in the creation of sculptures that evoke the beauty and complexity of natural phenomena."

Through the use of machine learning and fluid dynamics, Murray aims to emulate the ebb and flow of natural processes, reflecting the ever-changing cycles found in the world around us. By playing with algorithms that respond to subtle variations, Murray has generated sculptures that embody a sense of perpetual motion, evoking the feeling of being caught in the midst of a grand cosmic procession.

This new body of work sees the introduction of resin combined with metallic powder applied to the surface of some works, which simulate the movement of water or air, thus capturing the fluidity and dynamism of nature’s processes. It also allows Murray to explore the interplay between order and chaos, with the surfaces creating both patterns and irregularities. Other pieces in the series are fabricated from carefully selected wood, and are treated in a way that enhances the unique history and character of each piece.

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  • Saturday, 10am-4pm


  • 189 Ponsonby Road
  • Ponsonby, Auckland 1011