Any elementary school science teacher knows the most efficient way to engage a classroom is with a demonstration. They drop bowling balls and feathers off the side of their desk, or turn bunsen burner flames different colors in an attempt to make the theoretical comprehensible. Jorge Palacios, 44, has attempted something similar over his 25-year-long career: creating a visual language based on principles of scientific phenomena, materialized into sloping sculptures.
Artist Jorge Palacios Reveals How the Longest-Running Lab Experiment In Science History Has Shaped His Work
The Spanish sculptor is showcasing his conceptual works in New York for the first time in four years at Chelsea’s Seizan Gallery.