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Art Science Technology and Poetry

Brautigan, "All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace"

Art, Science, Technology and 1960’s poetry are odd bed fellows in Martha Schwendener’s New York Times piece “‘All Watched Over’ Contemplates Art’s Relationship to Technology.” In this review Schwendener comments on the recent art exhibition “All Watched Over” at the James Cohen Gallery. Continue reading

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Guang Zhu: An Aquarium of Equations

Zhu, "One Music Note"

An Aquarium of Equations is an exhibition about the poetry of parametric equations, in the form of prints and computational visualizations. Continue reading

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Aquarium of Equations Guang Zhu


Guang Zhu works with mathematical equations and computer code to create charismatic abstract simulations Continue reading

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