Interested in the ways in which math, art, and music intersect? Come meet artist and composer Tristan Perich to hear him talk about his work both past and present!
Thursday, March 5 @ 5pm
About TRISTAN PERICH
Artist and composer Tristan Perich works with code and electronics to create visual art and music that explores the intersection between the physical world and the abstract world of computation. Influenced by the foundations of math and physics, his work is inspired by ideas from the studies of logic, randomness, information theory, computability and the limits of mathematics and computation, such as Gödel’s undecidability theorem and Turing’s halting problem. The artist will give a short presentation of his work and its connections to these topics.
More information: http://www.tristanperich.com