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Multidimensional Geometry: Transformable Structures

31 Aug 2015

Thursday 10TH September, 4:00 pm – NATIONAL SCULPTURE FACTORY

The Embassy of Mexico in Ireland, the Centre for Mexican Studies, UCC and the NSF presents:

SEBASTIAN : MEXICO'S CONTEMPORARY SCULPTOR

MULTIDIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY : TRANSFORMABLE STRUCTURES A lecture by SEBASTIAN

Enrique Carabajal was born in Chihuahua, Mexico in 1947. His sculptural language is support-ed by scientific disciplines such as topology and crystallography and was influenced by kinetic movements, such as op-art and minimalism. His transformable structures (Leonardo4, Durero4, Brancusi4) are remarkable, mathematical models transformed into sculptures. His monumental works have become icons of the cities where they are located, both in Mexico and in Canada, the US and Japan, among other countries. His creations include paintings, public art, jewelry and furniture design, costumes and sets. He is also professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the Technological Institute of Monterrey.

www.sebastianmexico.com

www.nationalsculpturefactory.com

Centre for Mexican Studies

Room 1.51, First Floor - Block B East, O'Rahilly Building, University College Cork Ireland

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