Approaching the Fourth Sequitur
Monday Oct 25 - Wednesday Nov 10
Featuring works by eminent holographic artists from across
the nation, Europe and Australia, this exhibition includes
holographic transmission and reflection mixed media sculptures
and three-dimensional images. Participants in the exhibition
were members of the OSU Interdisciplinary Research Seminar in
Holography Three-Dimensional Imaging held at OSU, including
Sally Weber, Larry Lieberman, Rebecca Deem, Fred Unterseher,
Mark Merline, Sam Moree and Dan Schweitzer.
This exhibition is sponsored by OSU Department of Art,
Department of Physics, the College of the Arts, the College
of Math and Physical Sciences, the Office of Research, and
the Hopkins Hall Gallery and Corridor.
Approaching the Fourth Sequitur is guest
curated by Susan Dallas Swann, Department of Art and Harris Kagan,
Department of Physics.
Selections from: For the Love of Line and Pattern work
by Douglas Hofstadter, famous author, heralded intellectual,
beloved professor of Cognitive Science and Computer Sciences
at Indiana University, and recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for
his work "Goedel, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid".
Throughout his life Hofstadter has drawn: inventive, whimsical,
obsessive studies all of which are fluidly integrated with, and
vital to, his academic pursuits. Beginning at sixteen, drawing
has offered him a method for contemplation, an access to joy and
discovery, and a pathway to his subconscious musings.
Event Schedule: Opening Reception:
Mon., Oct. 25, 5-7 p.m. A "Walk-about
Discussion" with guest curators Susan Dallas Swann and
Harris Kagan begins at 6 p.m.
Guest Lecture and Reception:
Thurs. Oct 28, 4-6 pm "A Life
Poised Between Art and Science" by Douglas Hofstadter at
the Wexner Center for the Arts Film/Video Lecture Hall.
Reception at Hopkins Hall Gallery 6-9 pm.