Dominic Hopkinson | A Study of Aperiodic Tiling with special reference to the 3rd dimension | April 2016
The work of Dominic Hopkinson exists at the intersection between science and art. Following on from his 2014 exhibition ‘A Harmony of Spheres’ Hopkinson takes us ever deeper into the atomic structures and mathematical systems that govern our world.
Utilising a system of tiling that involves two differently shaped rhombic tiles, Hopkinson creates for BasementArtsProject a large scale installation expressing five-fold symmetry that extrapolates the flat tiled plane into the third dimension.
Friday 8th April | 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Saturday 9th April | 2pm – 4pm
Sunday 10th April | 2pm – 4pm
Thursday 14th April | 10am – 2pm
Friday 15th April | 10am - 2pm
Saturday 16th April | 2pm – 4pm
Sunday 17th April | 2pm – 4pm
Thursday 21st April | 11am – 2pm
Saturday 22nd April | 2pm – 4pm
Exhibition Also Open By Appointment
Infinite in all Directions | Talk
Sunday 17th April | 2pm
Places are limited and booking for this event is essential.
Contact Bruce Davies at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0750 672 1504
BasementArtsProject would like to congratulate Dominic Hopkinson on his inclusion in the 16th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice.
Those of you who visited BasementArtsProject in 2015 and 2016 may remember the work of Dominic Hopkinson: A Harmony of Spheres and A Study of Aperiodic Tiling with special reference to the 3rd dimension. Hopkinson has since spent a year as Artist in Residence in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Leeds, continuing his work on aperiodic tiling systems in 2 and 3 dimensions.
For further reading on A Harmony of Spheres visit https://3rd-dimensionpmsa.org.uk/interviews/2015-12-03-a-harmony-of-spheres
For Further reading on this works journey to the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale 2018 . . .
Photos: Bruce Davies
Dominic Hopkinson (b. 1969) is an artist whose work addresses the connections between scientific and mathematical principles and concepts through the disciplines of drawing, sculpture and sculptural installations. READ MORE