Chinese Warrior

Posted on March 17th, 2010 in Faces of Chaos. 2 Comments.

Chinese Warrior

A quote from Strangely Attractive by Lisa Delgado on Rhizome.org, regarding my Faces of Chaos series:

Mythology meets chaos theory in Nathan Selikoff’s Faces of Chaos series. A leering death mask and the smiling face of a Chinese warrior are just a couple of the forms the artist discovered while sorting through hundreds of images he created using the Lyapunov exponent, a commonly used measure of how chaotic or predictable a dynamical system is.

Chinese Warrior

Chinese Warrior by Nathan Selikoff. 2007. Dimensions variable. Open edition print.

Lisa interviewed me after seeing the Math and Art exhibition at AXIOM, where I exhibited Chinese Warrior and four other pieces in the series as part of a group show.

2 thoughts on “Chinese Warrior

On July 17, 2010 at 7:19 pm, Joan Binkerd said:

Your imagination and abilities seem to have no boundries. I love the Chinese Warrior specially. Have a great adventure in Europe and love to you and Amy – Joan Binkerd

On July 17, 2010 at 7:29 pm, nathan said:

Thank you so much! I love this one as well, and we send our love right back to you!

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