/ by Linda James


I teamed up with Jayadev Athreya, Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, UW on a year-long project Axiomatic supported by a Simpson Center for the Humanities Collaboration Studio Grant.

Research update:

The porcelain renderings of the 5cell, a four-dimensional tetrahedron projected in three-dimensional space (based the work of Henry Segerman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University), were part of the show Synaptic Lexicon during 9e2 in Seattle.


An October 2016 article in GeekWire talks about the creation of some of this work.


Currently on view:

Open now at Linda Hodges Gallery in Seattle is Parlor Games: Scientia, which includes additional Axiomatic work as well as a 155-volume library of bone china porcelain books, created during my summer residency at Sundaymorning@EKWC (European Ceramic Work Center) in the Netherlands.

Scientia received a grant from 4Culture and a Milliman Award from the School of Art + Art History + Design.

Scientia is open through January 28, 2017.