Carol Prusa, "Interface," 2013, silverpoint, graphite, titanium white pigment with aluminum leaf on acrylic sphere, 8” in diameter.
Carol Prusa constructs spheres that evoke thoughts of the universe as well as real-life structures. “In my spheres, I explore a number of mathematical models that physicists developed to explain our universe,” says Prusa, who has studied both science and art. “The mathematics of my expressed geometries offers a spiritual force that organizes structures from the microscopic to the political. Here, geometry isn’t simply abstract but creates a real world, sustained by its own logic.”
Jan. 29 to Feb. 22, 2015 at the Jennifer Kostuik Gallery in Vancouver