This Saturday, July 27, San Francisco’s Mirus Gallery will open their group show, “Geometry of Chance” — an exploration of artists’ relationships to mathematics. While some of the artists in the show use geometry as a coping mechanism against the overabundance of images that bombard us every day, others use shapes and colors to create clashing cacophonies of chaotic forms. From Grant Miller’s obstacle course-like geometric landscapes to Francesco Lo Castro’s placid meditation on color to Adrian Navarro’s experiments with space, the works in the show offer different takes on essential mathematical principles.
The complete line-up in the show includes: Morten Andersen, Claudio Dre, Gilbert1, Felipe Gonclaves, Frencesco Lo Castro, Alexey Luka, Mary McCarthy, Darren McManus, Grant Miller, Christine Morla, Robert Moya, Adrian Navarro, Nawer, LX One, Richard Roth, Mark Schoening, Vesod, Brian Guidry, Josh Reames, Sebastian Daschner and Leah Wolff. Check out our preview of the show below and see the exhibition July 27 through August 31.
Francesco Lo Castro