Lamina ProjectΓιάννης Κουκουλάς
Jody Rasch, Background Radiation 2, 2007, oil and pastel on board, 30 x 30 inches
LAMINA project exhibits and sells art/science by emerging and established artists, with a selection of artwork curated for collectors and appreciators of art and science. With a hybrid gallery approach, we show art online and in physical exhibitions, pop-up exhibitions, public/private projects, site-specific installations and art fairs.
LAMINA project draws together artists sharing an underlying philosophical, rather than stylistic, unity, artists who find inspiration in the cutting edge of scientific knowledge that reveals the fundamental underlying processes of Nature and the Cosmos.
Geometrical patterns opening portals to other universes, titanic cells built into three dimensions, the earth breaking into fractals, bioluminescence dancing on stage, swirls of galaxial dust, banded panoramas visualizing chemical elements, particles that can be felt. The avant-garde genre of science-based art is facing a resurgence with technology inventing new ways to see the world, and artists are translating their observations into compelling works of art.
LAMINA project regards the arts and sciences each as an open and systematic inquiry into the deep structure of the world and human experience. The artist’s work presented here integrates ideas, images and metaphors of science to communicate fundamental truths about the world and explore different characteristics of art-science relationships. It is art that invites us to view the world and our relationship to it in a different way, to shift our perspective from surface appearance to the hidden forces and structures ordering the universe, rendering the unseen seen, and to visualize new worlds and be transformed.
SUBMISSIONS: We’d be glad to look at your work if it ties in with our art/sci focus. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with up to 8 images and information about your work or a link to your website, as well as a short artist statement.
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