The Simon’s Center Café has enjoyed hosting Club Red, the University Club for faculty and staff, this semester and has invited all members to the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics for the reception and dedication of the Iconic Wall, which coincides with the last day of Club Red for the semester on Friday, May 8, at 4 pm.
The reception will feature Chef Paolo’s wonderful edible creations along with wine pairings, live music and the wall dedication.
The Iconic Wall is a large-scale permanent installation of stone carvings illustrating equations in math and physics that will be officially unveiled in the lobby of the Simons Center. The work is 279″ x 240″ x 2″ in size, filling a wall 465 square feet in area. In celebration of this significant work the Simons Center Gallery is hosting an exhibition, “The Iconic Wall: Milestones in Math and Physics,” co-curated by Lorraine Walsh, Simons Center art director and curator, and Christian White. The dedication, reception and talks are free and open to the public.