May 2016: Focus on Kim Bernard

From the Press Release:

Kim Bernard’s solo show Motion and Matter at the Harvard Ed Portal’s Crossings Gallery is a celebration of repurposed, reimagined, and recycled materials fashioned into pieces as thought-provoking as they are whimsical. The installation features kinetic sculptures made of balls and springs and hyperbolic planes crocheted out of used bicycle inner tubes. Bernard, who is the Artist-in-Residence at the Harvard Physics Department, says the exhibition “provides a tangible way of seeing physics,” and the works on display are influenced by her research,experimentation, and collaboration with faculty during her time on campus.

 Quiver

Quiver

Kim Bernard's recent exhibit at the Harvard Ed Portal from April 11 - May 19th was the culmination for her 1 1/2 year residency in the Harvard Physics Department.  

 50 Springs

50 Springs

 Hyperbolic Cluster

Hyperbolic Cluster