Roman De Giuli, Sense of Scale, 2022, video still

After many years of featuring work from the Gallery of Fluid Motion, I’m excited to announce a new public exhibition of art drawn from the competition: “Chaosmosis: Assigning Rhythm to the Turbulent.” Works in the exhibit come from both scientists and artists; each piece makes visible the fluid motions that surround us.

The exhibit is located at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC through February 23, 2024. Entry is free, but only available between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays. For more, check out the exhibit’s webpage and press release (pdf) and the Instagram accounts for CPNAS and the exhibit.

I’m looking forward to seeing the exhibit when I’m at the APS DFD meeting next month, but if you can’t make it to DC before the exhibit ends, don’t worry! This is just the first stop for the new traveling GFM exhibit. (Image credits: various, see individual images’ titles)

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