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Materials Physics meets Sculpture

A cross-disciplinary pub discussion event led by talks from a material physicist and a sculptor


Ideas-matter-sphere introduce the latest event in a new series of cross-disciplinary pub discussion evenings. 

Starting with talks by UCL materials scientist Martin Uhrin and sculptor Balint Bolygo which illustrate their individual practices, it’s an exciting opportunity to discuss connections and ideas raised with the practitioners and, importantly, amongst the audience.

Held in the atmospheric Devereux pub off Fleet Street in central London, the evening provides a relaxed space for creative and informed dialogue. 

Martin Uhrin is a PhD student in the UCL Condensed Matter and Materials Group researching crystal structure. His talk will explore the beauty, simplicity and symmetry that lies at the heart of all crystal structures and explain how these come about.

Bálint Bolygó works with time based sculpture and installation, combining artistic imagination, invention, science, mechanics, and engineering to create processes that reveal natural phenomena.

 


Speaker(s):

Martin Uhrin | talks
Balint Bolygo | talks

 

Date and Time:

6 March 2012 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours 30 minutes

 

Venue:

The Devereux
20 Devereux Court
London
WC2R 3JJ


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Tickets:

£5 / £4 concessions

Available from:

Tickets available on the door on the night

Additional Information:

To reserve a place please email bookings@ideas-matter-sphere.com

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