The first major hang of work is up. The work is in the corridors in
the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy building. I am really
pleased with how it looks both as work in itself but also how it changes and is
changed by the space. The way in which the sequences and groups have been hung start
to enable narratives to form in the mind, my favorite moment of the day was
watching one scientist explain and then discussing the work with another scientist. A real success. There
are a range of approaches to crystallography explored within the body of work
from symmetry, stereographic projection to direct phase. A big thanks to Duncan Johnson for helping to make the work of hanging an inspiring and fun experience....