Wayne Churcher is a visual artist interested in signs, process and perception. Most of his work could be considered postmodernist. He collaborates with computer programs to develop key forms, which are then manipulated in various ways with ‘hands-on’ methods. He also examines the lines between mediums.
Latin 2A is part of the ‘Codamorphology’ series. Examining the aesthetics of maths, a program was constructed to create latin squares (of which sudoku is a subset). These codes were used to create composite woodcuts of a visual 6 ‘letter’ alphabet.
Wayne lives and works in New Zealand
Website: waynarium.com / waynechurcher.com