Luke Jerram - Tehoku Japanese Earthquake Sculpture
0 comment Tuesday, April 1, 2014 |
I always find it interesting to see how other artists interpret scientific data. For example, I recently wrote an entry on Omid Kashan who designed a timeline for the universe, which was then featured on the Information Is Beautiful website.
The work of Luke Jerram is similarly exciting. Jerram has analysed the seismograph from the recent earthquake in Japan and has represented the graph 3-dimensionally.The sculpture was made by designing the sculpture on a 3-D rapid prototyping machine.

Jerram has recently been involved with virologists at the University Of Bristol, which led to the design of glass microbiology sculptures.

These glass sculptures will be exhibited at GV Art in London from the 2nd of December 2011 until the 18th of February 2012. Click here to download a PDF of the event.

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