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2point5-D+, by Haresh Lalvani

2point5-D+, by Haresh Lalvani

HARESH LALVANI : 2POINT5D+, curated by core.form-ula 11 November 2010 – January 17, 2011 Opening reception:Thursday, 11 November, 6-8pm de Castellane Gallery, 525 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217 Core Formula presents 2Point5D+, by Haresh Lalvani, on view at the de Castellane Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, from 11 November, 2010 to January 17, 2011. Focusing on the artist’s groundbreaking work at the intersection of Art and Science, the exhibition reveals Lalvani’s unique sculptural creations and the original artistic processes he has derived directly from his quest inspired by Nature’s designs, its generative principles and formal codes.

SHINOBU, by Miya Ando

SHINOBU, by Miya Ando

core.form-ula is curating Miya Ando’s first large-scale works show entitled Shinobu [perseverance] to open October 7 at the de Castallane gallery. Her show will be comprised of large scale steel wall works and her series of special edition hot-rolled steel skateboards created for Element. The Steel skateboards are an exact size/thickness replica of a traditional wood skateboard, hand finished with fire, acid, patina and automotive lacquer.

“I wish to say”, by Sheryl Oring

“I wish to say”, by Sheryl Oring

Client: Artist: Sheryl Oring + Chicago Tribune Building: McCormick Freedom Museum The final form for the ARCH XXX should be based in the form of an arch that would span 30 feet along its longer edge and 15 feet along its shorter edge. This Light weight structure began by understanding the thickness of the vinyl sheets as being weak when in it’s initial format, but when folded into thickened bricks, it allowed for the material to sustain greater compression forces through its built-up cross section.

Epithelium, by Phillp Beesley

Epithelium, by Phillp Beesley

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