Science – but not as you might know it. Come and read scientific works from medieval Europe with modern scientists and medieval specialists. Find out about the medieval big bang, the science of the rainbow, and how to move beyond the horizon.
All that glitters is not gold. Joshua Harvey, an experimental psychologist from the UK and Henrike Lange, an art historian from UC Berkeley, present some of the ways in which the eye can be tricked.
Luke Fidler, an art historian, will talk about how artists like Stan Brakhage and Hollis Frampton drew on a range of medieval texts and images and changed our understanding of the filmic medium’s aesthetic possibilities in the process.
Come and experience a taste of the past! Giles Gasper, and Andy Hook will bust myths about medieval European food!
What is color? How do we perceive it? Join multi-media sculptor Alexandra Carr, and experimental psychologist Joshua Harvey in an exploration of color from very different perspectives.
Find out about the science and history behind the projection piece, Horizon.
What happens when the wonderful complexities of light in all its forms, as understood by modern science meet the intricacies of modern art?
Hot off the creative desk – some stills from the first half of Horizon showing at the Napa Lighted Art Festival in January 2019 (12-20) (not so long away!). The show features material from the Ordered Universe project and its research on the scientific works of Robert Grosseteste, as well as material from the JetContinue reading “Horizon – sneak preview”
So, in January, you’ll be able to catch a number of Ordered Universe team members at the Napa Lighted Art Festival. We’re hugely excited about the opportunity which was instigated by Ross Ashton and Karen Monid of The Projection Studio (with whom we have worked very successfully as followers of this blog will surelyContinue reading “Ordered Universe at the Napa Lighted Festival 2019 – Programme”