Laura Splan’s new weavings made in collaboration with theoretical biophysicist on view at Wignall Museum (CA, US)

“Tangible Variations” (Laura Splan × Adam Lamson) is included in the group exhibition “Seeing the Unseen: Science + Art” at the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art (Rancho Cucamonga, CA). “Tangible Variations” is a series of woven scientific visualizations generated from computational biology simulations. The computerized Jacquard weavings, created by interdisciplinary artist Laura Splan in collaboration with theoretical biophysicist Adam Lamson, explore the emergence of abstraction and noise in material translations of computational representations of the molecular world. “Seeing the Unseen” examines the intersections of science and art through contemporary art practice. The exhibition continues through through November 18, 2023 with a public reception on August 29th from 4–6PM.

LINK: “Tangible Variations” On View:

“Tangible Variations” Weavings:
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“Tangible Variations” was made possible by the Simons Foundation. Created for “Sticky Settings”, Laura Splan in collaboration with Adam Lamson, Science Collaborator and theoretical biophysicist at Flatiron Institute, a division of the Simons Foundation.