Neon Clouds

Neon Cloud 1,2 and 3, 2012, dimensions variable, custom made neon and aluminium, Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne

Simple equilateral triangles are transformed into into complec geometric clouds that seem both organic and mathematical. The introduction of neon in Neon Cloud works reveals the complex properties hidden in light, which is left fractured and displaced by the sculptures’ mirror-polished finish.

Throughout, Kregar continually reminds viewers of their close relationship to the work – aluminium and stainless steel structures reflect the viewer, Neon Clouds are as much about the reflective qualities of Kregar’s sculptures as they are about a need to reflect on them; the viewer is directly implicated in these chaotic creations, responsible for the many ways they manifest.