Fig. 3. Piet Mondrian, Composition, 1914. Oil on canvas, 47.5 in. x 39.88 in. Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, Gift of The Burnett Foundation of Fort Worth in memory of Anne Burnett Tandy, 1983. Photo: Kimbell Art Museum.
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About Richard Bright
Artist and Writer;
Studied Fine Art (BA) and Physics (Bsc);
Editor-in-Chief: Interalia Magazine;
Founder and Director of The Interalia Centre (founded in 1990 - www,interaliacentre.org), an organisation which addresses the relationship between the Arts, Sciences and Consciousness through innovative conferences, lectures and workshops, establishing a dialogue between art and science at an accessible level. Since The Interalia Centre was founded, it has successfully run 11 International conferences, 2 art/science festivals, "Dialogues" between artists and scientists, "science-in-art" residencies, as well as taking the art/science dialogue into the business environment.
Lectured widely on the Art/Science interface, and has also given courses on colour theory and practice, geometry and art, and scientific concepts in early 20th century art.
Book publications include –
Andy Goldsworthy: Ice and Snow Drawings (Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 1992);
Susan Derges: River Taw (Michael Hue-Williams, London, 1997);
James Turrell: The Elliptic Eclipse (MJH/Cantz Publishers,1999);
Strange and Charmed: Science and the Contemporary Visual Arts -
contributing chapter: – ‘Uncertain Entanglements: Art and Physics’
(Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 2000).
Shortlisted for the Arts and Business ‘Creative Britons 2000’ Award, and recipient of a Sci~art 2000 award (with Professors John D Barrow and Martin Kemp), for the project ‘Connections in Space: from the Quantum to the Cosmos’ - CD and Website.
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