Interview: Fran Kaufman and Jonathan Feldschuh
https://youtu.be/VgqzCOz-UdU Jonathan Feldschuh talks with curator Fran Kaufman, recorded from Zoom call 11/3/2021 at the 1GAP Gallery, during the show Dynamic Equilibrium Details of this exhibition at 1GAP Gallery
Resonators – 524W26 Gallery
Particles and Colliders
The show Resonators at 524 Gallery in Chelsea provides the first opportunity for me to present works together from two series that deal with high-energy physics. My new series Particles is an investigation into the interactions of subatomic particles inside an accelerator. It follows my Large Hadron Collider series of paintings of the machinery of the largest accelerator in the world, the LHC at CERN. The collider paintings were most recently exhibited at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. In the new series, I am attempting to depict the super-small world of high energy collisions, filled with virtual particles, quantum loops, and hadronic jets.
The World Egg – FAQs about making art from data
Frequently asked questions about the process of using data to make artworks about the universe
Painting the Baby Picture of the Universe
Artist statement on the science behind the Universe paintings.
Architectural Renderings – Large Windows
Architectural visualizations of images from the Large Hadron Collider series as transparent glass for a curtain wall.
In the Studio – discussing Large Hadron Collider
Jonathan Feldschuh talks about the Large Hadron Collider series – in the studio, November 2011.