Occupying and connecting. Frei Otto. The image above by Otto supports his argument that human spontaneous networks of urbanity follow similar patterns to ones formed in nature through the structures of leaves, insect colonies or soap bubbles.
A set of CHLADNI STANDING WAVE PATTERNS generated in sand on the surface of a vibrating metal plate. The sand collects in the areas of the plate where the waves in the plate cancel each other completely. Each resonant wave pattern occurs at a specific frequency. This set was originally published by John Tyndall in 1869, it has been reorganized to show the periodic families that emerge as the frequency of the vibration increases.
The first series of limited edition prints from Print Club Boston, by artist Elizabeth Corkery. Each series will be designed around a central theme, the first being The Trellis, which includes prints inspired by the structure of garden trellis. Each piece is carefully screen printed by hand.