For her seminal solo debut in the United Kingdom, American artist Tauba Auerbach has chosen an appropriate opening day, 4-16-14, a palindromic symbol that coincides with her penchant for infusing mathematics into her work. Taking over the Lower Gallery at London’s Institute of Contemporary Art, the exhibition, entitled “The New Ambidextrous Universe,” is made up of seven entirely new sculptures. The ambitious new works are heavily influenced by the laws of symmetry and ... More
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Artist Tauba Auerbach talks to Bite Size about her artist in residency at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, where she created an installation that allowed visitors to create their own piece of art using her science-inspired piece which resembled an oversized Spirograph. Auerbach discusses how the interactive piece shows visitors how art making and science are related, by putting the tools into their audience’s hands. The artist also gives insight into how her study of both art and science are similarly inspirational. More about the artist.