Geometry is used by architects, artists, astronomers, bio-chemists, engineers, surgeons, physicists and mathematicians - among many others - as a means to understand, explain and order the world around us. It draws parallels between the artist's studio, the laboratory and the study, as equivalent places for thinking, imagining and creating.
Over sixty contributors include artists Richard Deacon, Felix Gonzales-Torres, Robert Morris, David Nash, Keith Tyson and Conrad Shawcross are taking part in this exhibition - with its associated workshops, talks and events. It will also feature Sir Christopher Wren's dividers, virus-structure models produced by the Nobel winning biophysicist Professor Sir Aaron Klug.
Beyond Measure: conversations across art and science
Until June 1