Thursday, May 23

Ina Conradi, an Art|Sci Center resident and associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, created “Elysian Fields," a short digital media film meant to honor her late father for his military service. The film features fighter planes and a depiction of the afterlife. (Courtesy of Ina Conradi)
Ina Conradi, an Art|Sci Center resident and associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, created “Elysian Fields," a short digital media film meant to honor her late father for his military service. The film features fighter planes and a depiction of the afterlife. (Courtesy of Ina Conradi)

Susan Given and Lee Herschler visited the Lora Schlesinger Gallery's “rEVOLVEd” exhibition. They said they enjoyed viewing Adonna Khare’s paintings of wild animals because of their love for both animals and art. (Lisa Aubry/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Susan Given and Lee Herschler visited the Lora Schlesinger Gallery's “rEVOLVEd” exhibition. They said they enjoyed viewing Adonna Khare’s paintings of wild animals because of their love for both animals and art. (Lisa Aubry/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)
(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)

This true 3D fractal was created with Mandelbulb 3D software. Fractals – figures in which smaller parts exist at various scales within a larger piece – are closely related to geometric artworks that show self-similarity, like mandalas. (Courtesy of Keith Anderson/Fractaled Visions)
This true 3D fractal was created with Mandelbulb 3D software. Fractals – figures in which smaller parts exist at various scales within a larger piece – are closely related to geometric artworks that show self-similarity, like mandalas. (Courtesy of Keith Anderson/Fractaled Visions)

An empty chair at a table with an open newspaper is an installation at the Hammer Museum. For this week's "Art to Heart," columnist Lisa Aubry visited the museum and watched as visitors observed the installation. (Lisa Aubry/Daily Bruin)
An empty chair at a table with an open newspaper is an installation at the Hammer Museum. For this week's "Art to Heart," columnist Lisa Aubry visited the museum and watched as visitors observed the installation. (Lisa Aubry/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus and astronomer Robert Hurt works as a visualization scientist, illustrating celestial bodies and processes that cannot currently be photographed due to limitations in technology and too-large distances. (Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC))
Alumnus and astronomer Robert Hurt works as a visualization scientist, illustrating celestial bodies and processes that cannot currently be photographed due to limitations in technology and too-large distances. (Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC))

(Courtesy of Netflix)
(Courtesy of Netflix)


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