matthew bright > evolution of shape

Matthew is originally from England.  He moved to Melbourne in March 2011.

During the past five years, Matthew has been working on a book to complement his artwork.  As an artist and physicist he has tried to transform the sometimes boring, and sometimes bewildering mathematics for a wider audience so that they may appreciate the beauty of what is without question necessary to the natural sciences and philosophy.

Matthew’s aim in the ‘Evolution of Shape’ is to elaborate on the fundamental geometry that has alluded and guided the big thinkers over the past three millennia to stand where they do and to bring together an image of the mechanisms of the universe, including sub-atomic particles, electromagnetism, radiation, gravity and light which persist contiguously and turbulently through an infinity of space.

The bridge from the matter which forms the ideas must also take shape, if only for a moment.

Please enjoy ‘Evolution of Shape’ by Matthew Bright.

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4 responses

20 05 2011
introducing matthew bright « one hundredth gallery

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20 05 2011
Karin Zeller

I really love your creations. So beautiful!
All the best!

24 05 2011

so that’s what you meant! i need to know more, but enlightening none the less. Are the titles literal?

26 05 2011

Thank you Karin! Rossy good work on sunday and yes the titles are intended literally. I decided to keep the synopsis brief instead of trying to explain it here.

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