Trevor Parker, Fractions

Trevor Parker works predominantly with large-scale three-dimensional constructions that investigate scientific or philosophical concepts. His works for the Ahead of the Curve exhibition respond to the semicircle as a fraction of its whole geometric form, as well as the refraction of light through water that produces a spectral separation. This refraction creates the most ephemeral and enchanting of all naturally produced semi circles: a rainbow.

Originally from the UK and having lived and worked in New Zealand between 2012 and 2017, Trevor Parker has recently moved to Scotland. Trevor Parker studied Sculpture at Glasgow School of Art and completed his MFA at Edinburgh College of Art on the Art, Space and Nature program, a course that promoted collaborations between visual artists, architects and landscape artists.