Finding Patterns (ft. Geraldine Cox)

Nov 27, 2017, 09:00 AM

Geraldine Cox is artist in residence at Imperial College. She combines art and physics to find patterns in nature and new ways of expressing them. From wave patterns inside atoms, to the music in light, to 30,000 triangles that represent different ways of seeing, Geraldine shares her inspiration and how her art always starts with asking the right question. Plus Matilda has a go at building a complex image using a only a simple stamp.

Mixtape: 1. Les Boreades, Act 5 Prelude by Rameau 2. Trio Sonata in C Major (BWV 1037) by Bach 3. Fly Me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra 4. Cadenza from Brandenburg 5, harpsichord solo, by Bach 5. Chaconne, Partita No. 2 (BWV 1004) by Bach 6. Full Moon by Du Fu