A conversation with artist Nigel Hall RA 19 July 2017
The Isaac Newton Institute is proud to offer an open invitation to an
audience with artist Nigel Hall RA.
Scheduled as part of INI's 25th anniversary celebrations, the event
will examine the complex and inspiring relationship between art and
mathematics, told via the medium of Nigel Hall's compelling geometric
Nigel, whose works are exhibited across the globe from New York's
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) to the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, will
be joined by Dr Dorothy Buck (Reader in Biomathematics, Imperial
College London; co-organiser of INI's HTL programme) and Barry
Phipps (Fellow and Curator of Works of Art, Churchill College).
A selection of maquettes, framed drawings and a major outdoor
sculpture will be on display in and around INI from 20 June until 18
August, and available for guests to experience during the event.
Through them, Nigel's work aims to explore: "the governing principles
of how we experience the world, and how to express this in its most
refined way with clarity, order and calm".
WHERE? Isaac Newton Institute, 20 Clarkson Road, CB3 0EH
WHEN? 19 July 2017 at 17:00
Light refreshments will be provided