An Aquarium of Equations


An Aquarium of Equations 
By Guang Zhu


chashama 266
266 West 37th Street
New York, NY

January 23 - February 9, 2014

Artist's Reception: Thursday, January 23rd, 6 - 9:30 pm

Guang Zhu's art practice is founded in the versatile world of exploratory research and computer art. She works with mathematical equations and computer code to create charismatic abstract simulations. She is fascinated by the artificial movement of mathematical visualizations and has always being curious to explore what metaphysical understandings objects of art can offer in the embodiment of mathematical symbols and computational processes. She was a grantee of LMCC 2013, also her research papers has been published by Fylkingen Publishing's Hz Journal in Stockholm, Sweden, 2013 and The Arts in Society conference, Rome, Italy, 2014. Click here for more information.

An Aquarium of Equations (AAE) is an installation consists of mathematical visualizations and personal imaginations. It hopes to evoke a sense of synesthetic glee between math, art and some unknown abstraction.

For more information about this artist, check out her website at www.guangless.com


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