Seeds

11. Seeds, artist: Ana England, 2002

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Seeds

As a connecting element to the building, motifs on interior walls celebrate the interconnectedness of the various disciplines within science and mathematics. Designed by Ana England of the Department of Visual Arts, the representations are at one level realistic, depicting forms in nature such as strata of rock, cells, wings, seeds, molecules, and geometric shapes, and at another level highly symbolic representing interdependency, the life cycle, inquiry and research, numeric systems, learning, and transformation. [As described by the Natural Science Center website: Last accessed April 23, 2010 http://campusplan.nku.edu/academic_buildings/science.php]

[Abstract from artist statement Ana England, A celebration of interconnections] In this piece, England made replicas of seeds found in this geographical area by magnifying their size and rendering them in porcelain. As images, the seeds resemble shells and bones and thus show the interconnectedness of life forms.

 

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