On view now through April 21st, 2018, at Rowan University's Art Gallery is the work of Diane Burko in "Vast and Vanishing," an exhibition surrounding themes of geological phenomena and climate change.
On view now through July 15, 2018 at the Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences is "Process, Chance, and Serendipity: Art That Makes Itself," a solo exhibition by computer and generative art pioneer Paul Brown. Interested in the autonomous emergence of art from the execution of unique computer algorithms, Brown began this type of work in the late 1960s, building off of the platform for art and technology interaction created by the E.A.T. movement.
Thinking about studying in London? Get a taste of the Royal College of Art in New York this March for a series of free interactive workshops and seminars.
On view now through December 1st is "Deconstructing patterns," a group exhibition at The Francis Crick Institute featuring the artistic results of collaborations between artists and Institute scientists in sculpture, sound, and film.
CITY SIGHTS: Finding the science-art in New York area exhibitions
By Julia Buntaine
New York Univeristy Langone Art Gallery
"Our Cosmic Brain," a two person exhibition featuring the work of Julia Buntaine and Laura Jacobson, explores the brain as a universe of biological phenomena.
This show is on view through March 31st.