Solo exhibition of work following Mark Tanner Sculpture Award holder 2015-16
Standpoint Gallery
London


Drawing influence from the puzzling nature of the chemical element Bismuth, Megan Broadmeadow's exhibition is a visual and physical exploration of its complex fractal character, and its somehow overlooked placement in cultural history.
Taking as her starting point for the exhibition an obscure lecture by Linda Moulton Howe on the discovery of a controversial bismuth/magnesium layered metal, claimed as unknown to conventional science, Megan built a complex and disorienting series of sculptural installations and video projections, mirroring the potential for otherworldliness that this complex element exudes.