The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Art and Science Program at Stony Brook University is an ambitious outreach program connecting artists, scientists, and the community at large. The Simons Center Gallery goals include hosting intellectually inquisitive art by internationally acclaimed artists and scientists working at the intersection of art, science, and technology. The exhibitions and events at the Simons Center Gallery feature unique artistic and scientific concepts accessible through a broad range of media for meaningful experiences that ignite imagination and inspire ideas.
Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Thursday, April 25, 2013 Wine and Cheese Reception starting at 5:30 pm William F. Duffy is a professional sculptor ,he has been a consultant for the CAD/CAM industry and also has taught 3D computational graphics at the college level. His work investigates 3D computational graphics to define and represent […]
Simons Center Auditorium, February 19th at 5:30PM 5:30 PM – Reception 6:00 PM – Introduction, by Melissa F. Clarke 6:05 PM – First Presentation, by Melissa F. Clarke and Genevieve Hoffman 6:30 PM – Second Presentation, by Frank O. Nitsche 6:50 PM – Third Presentation, Adam Harvey 7:10 PM – Fourth Presentation, Shimpei Takeda Materializing Information […]
The exhibition runs from November 5th – December 21st and can usually be viewed Monday-Friday, 10 am – 5 pm. Please call ahead to check gallery hours. 631-632-2800
Simons Center Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the SYNERGY exhibition featuring the works of sculptor William Duffy and the choreographer William Forsythe’s website based project with The Ohio State University. This multi–media exhibit emphasizes the collaboration between artist and research scientist, while also debuting William Duffy’s most recent work for the Simons […]
Babel/Babble by Alastair Noble On display in the SCGP Art Gallery through November 11, 2011 About the Installation The first BABEL installation was presented in the Juan Heeren Gallery of the Peruvian North American Bi-national Cultural Center in Lima, Peru in May 2007. This installation was an architectural structure of interlocking hexagonal […]