Geoffrey Drake-Brockman is a cybernetics artist; he creates self-determined, expressive machines. His autonomous robotic and optical artworks interact with audiences to bring about human/machine performances based on mutual feedback.
Geoffrey has been exhibiting since 1986 with shows in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Denmark, New York and London. He has had exhibitions at the National Gallery of Australia in 2001 and in 2005, Singapore Art Museum (2010) The Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth (2002), The Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, (2007) the Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award (2004), Collaborative Concepts in New York (2002) and The Hooper Gallery in London (1991). Geoffrey won the National Sculpture Prize Highly Commended Award in 2001 and the Peoples’ Choice Award in 2005.
His public commissions include the robotic sculpture Totem at the Perth Arena, the cosmic ray-activated automaton Readwrite at the NEXTDC Data Centre, and the interactive light sculpture Surface at the Perth Children’s Hospital.
Featured WorkLittle Counter
- Year: 2010
- Materials: Electronics and aluminium
- Size: 50 x 30 x 30cm
- Price: $7,700