November 27th, 2012

I am very pleased to be a part of this show, opening Thursday November 29th at 23 Sandy Gallery in Portland. The theme of math and science is explored through the lens of book arts, with the idea that art, math, and science are not as disparate as we are often led to believe.

From the 23 Sandy web site:

Infinite Possibilities shows us how math and science can be used as a source of artistic inspiration to book artists who are thinking creatively about such topics. Taking a wide range of approaches—from serious to humorous—participating artists explore mechanical and theoretical concepts extracted from a diverse range of scientific fields: from mathematics to medicine, space, architecture, engineering, physics, genetics, botany, biology, and more.

The piece I created for the show is titled, The Universe is Intricate. Read more about it here.

The Universe is Intricate - Inside

The show runs until December 29th, 2012, so there is plenty of time to see it. And for those who can’t make it in person, there is a catalogue of the work available to browse through online.

Infinite Possibilities: Math, Science, Book Arts
23 Sandy Gallery
Date: November 29th to December 29th
Location: 623 NE 23rd Avenue, Portland, OR

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