Andrey Topunov. Programmable graphics

Exhibition May 23 − August 4, 2019
Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art presents an exhibition “Andrey Topunov. Programmable graphics ».

This is a unique exhibition of optical objects and kinetic installations, created on the basis of mathematical formulas and equations.

Andrey Topunov (1953) - artist, mathematician, programmer, candidate of technical sciences, graphic designer.

Using computer programs, Andrey Topunov explores motion in graphics, traditionally static and two-dimensional. Turning a still image into an interactive one, he visualizes the beauty of scientific knowledge: in his works one can guess the famous optical illusions and figures - the Necker cube, Penrose's triangle, Count Petersen, Escher metamorphosis.

Based on the materials of the official site Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art.
Galleries at the exhibition