'Finding Patterns' is a growing project website of researches, experiences and projects made since joining Imperial College Physics Department as artist in residence on April 1st 2011.
I am interested in how discovering the universe through physics can inform the way we see the world and and how this richness in understanding can marry with art and life.
On this site you will find some of the conversations I had when I first arrived at Imperial College and a journal where I gather my thoughts from time to time. There is a gallery of images and one of experimental films. Large scale projects have their own webpages: Sun Cinema, a pop up natural light cinema and Made Curious, a roadside billboard project. Artworks that are the result of focused studies are also gathered under the projects section like this study of an experiment to measure the Shape of the Electron. Nature's Imagination is another recent addition that shares our understanding of nature at the smallest scales. There is also a growing scrapbook of interesting and resonant things from art, science and life.
I would like to thank the physicists at Imperial College and a few others around the globe who have shared their ways of seeing the world and been so encouraging. In particular, thank you to my physicist collaborator - Terry Rudolph for helping get our project started and his unceasing support and inspiration.
We are grateful to everyone at the Leverhulme Trust for enthusiastically supporting the first year of the project as part of the Leverhulme Artist in Residence Programme. We are delighted and proud to announce that our 2012/13 programme is supported by an award from Imperial College and EPSRC.
For further information or to join the project mailing list and be kept up to date on new work and events please email me at email@example.com
Geraldine Cox is an artist who originally trained in physics. She is the recipient of two Arts Council Awards and the Leverhulme Trust 'artist in residence' award. She exhibited recently in Beyond Ourselves at the Royal Society in London and as a finalist in the MK Fringe National Painting Prize selected by the artist Phoebe Unwin and the late Michael Stanley - Director of Modern Art Oxford and Turner Prize judge.
Terry Rudolph is a Professor in Theoretical Physics whose research covers a wide range of topics in physics, ranging from the highly applied to foundational questions in quantum mechanics.