23 March 2016

Show presents art created through maths

A colourful exhibition recreates the patterns and forms of the natural world through mathematics. Catch it at the Hargrave-Andrew Library.

Digital exhibition at Hargrave-Andrew Library
Monash Library presents Rise, Set, Ebb, Flow, Breathe, Grow: Evolving fractal geometry, a new digital exhibition at the Hargrave-Andrew Library at the Clayton campus.

The show is the first titled exhibition by the artist, Monash graphic software specialist Owen Kaluza.

While the work has been on show in the library since the start of Semester 1, staff and students will have the opportunity to meet the artist on Wednesday April 6 at 3pm.

Mr Kaluza is a senior visualisation specialist at the Monash Immersive Visualisation Platform. In this role he develops tools for viewing and interacting with scientific datasets in high-resolution virtual reality environments and works with researchers with visualisation related problems.

All are welcome to hear Owen Kaluza talk about his art. Refreshments will be served after the talk.

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