A contemporary disciple of the 1960s & 70s Light and Space generation, Brindle too is intrigued by the sensory experiences triggered by color and light. His expansive body of work shifts and morphs as the viewer walks past them, compelling them to pause and begin to explore the enigmatic spaces of perception. Brindle has referred to the process in which he creates his works as trance-like, and one can’t help but notice the meditative quality these works induce.
Curator Mika Cho states that “Brindle’s Hypermodality is a phenomenal experiment expanding the aesthetic experience of color, light, and form concomitant with space. The various structural arrangements of his forms, partly reminiscent of the Light and Space movement, evoke a new sense of reality— a reality that transcends beyond the material facets into emotions long buried by man’s logical and structural pursuits. Likewise, it is rare to see such simplicity projecting complex notions regarding both being and time.”