Sculpture, Mathematics and Dance: Carol Prusa and GloATL at AAAC

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Merging mathematical concepts of the Universe with poetry of drawing and light, Carol Prusa creates spherical and hemispherical sculptures. Filled with fiber-optic light and covered in silver-point drawing, the feminine forms of Prusa’s sculptures explore the nature of our reality, order and chaos, logic and spirituality. At the exhibition opening at the Alan Avery Art Company, the interplanetary space of Prusa’s sculptures was gently invaded by the always superb choreography of Lauri Stallings, as performed by Glo Atlanta. The exhibition is on view until November 7 at http://www.alanaveryartcompany.com/exhibitions/.

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Photo by Bojana Ginn

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Posted on October 6, 2015, in art and mathematics, art and science and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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