Virtually SOLID: Digital Fabrication as Sculpture

Suzanne Anker: Remote Sensing, 2013. Plaster, pigment and resin, 4 x 4 x 2″

Virtually SOLID: Digital Fabrication as Sculpture

Artists: Suzanne Anker, Clint Burbridge, Michael Cottrell, Julia DeArriba-Montgomery Brian Harper, Paul Higham Tareq Mirza, Mary P. Neubauer Andrew Noble Kim Thoman David Van Ness, Mary Visser, Julie Anne Ward, Andrew Werby Corinne Whitaker.

Florida State College at Jacksonville presents an invitational exhibition featuring works of art by pioneers and newcomers in the field of digital fabrication as it relates to art, architecture and design. The explosion of computer-assisted fabrication processes is having an enormous impact on the creative arts. This exhibit explores how artists use these tools to both supplement other processes and create sculptural form from scratch.

Special Guest Lecturer: Dr. George W. Hart
January 21, 2016, 6:30 p.m., Lakeside Room: M1, Room 1140

George Hart is an applied mathematician and sculptor who demonstrates how mathematics is cool and creative in ways you might not have expected. An interdepartmental research professor at Stony Brook University, he holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a doctorate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. Hart is an organizer of the annual Bridges Conference on mathematics and art and the editor for sculpture for the Journal of Mathematics and the Arts. Hart co-founded the Museum of Mathematics in New York City and developed its initial set of hands-on exhibits.

Closing Reception
January 28, 2016, 6 – 8 p.m., South Gallery, M1, Room 1110



Virtually SOLID: Digital Fabrication as Sculpture

January 6 – 28, 2016

Florida State College
South Gallery
Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts
11901 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville, FL 32246
(904) 646-2023,