“The Square of the Hypothesis Equals Poetry.”—Anonymous

Since the fall of 1997, the American Center for Physics has hosted two exhibitions a year at its headquarters located on 24-acre wooded site in College Park, Maryland. From Dark Matter to Chaos Theory, the program loosely explores topics related to current trends in science and mathematics. An illustrated brochure with an essay by consulting curator Sarah Tanguy documents each exhibition, which features sculpture, painting, photographs, and works on paper by regional artists.

Please contact Sarah Tanguy if you are interested in participating in the program.

Currently on view: “Time Exposed” on view April 22 – October 10, 2104.
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Previous reviews: Expanding Realities and Natural Impressions.

Sara Clark, Prime Example, from Enigmatic Geometries Andrea Way, a detail of Rising Pools, from Interplay Laura Thorne, Indecision, from Ordering Chaos



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