Artist BiJian Fan exhibited his scientific art at Blackboard gallery in Camarillo, California, June 4-26, 2015. The aluminum sculpture streamlined a breaking wave from its structured vortex to chaotic eddies. It highlighted the breaking transition from laminar to turbulent flow.
Thanks to growing inquiry, an educational video of Origami Math Genius (OMG) has been produced and launched online, https://youtu.be/6EY-XRyktjc. OMG is a curriculum developed for integrating art and math in K-12 education, it is to help children learn and turn everyone into an OMG. Scientific study has shown that learning math through origami art is more effective than traditional way of learning.
Artist BiJian Fan exhibits kinetic sculptures at Blackboard gallery in Camarillo, California, June 4-26, 2015. His sculptures are made of stripes in metal, PVC, paper, and electroluminescent light. 2D static stripe is shaped into 3D kinetic sculpture, the spatial and temporal transformation represents an evolution in space and time. The motion energizes the space.
Artist BiJian Fan exhibits his technological art at Blackboard gallery in Camarillo, California, June 4-26, 2015. A kinetic sculpture of music staff is made of electroluminescent light, it is activated by sound harmoniously. The dynamic display of audio-visual interaction is demonstrated in a video clip. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ld_-7r46vs.
Homeschool from Moorpark Unified School District took its students to an Origami Math Genius (OMG) class at Gull Wings Children's Museum in Oxnard, California on April 30, 2015. OMG is a curriculum developed for integrating art and math for K-12 education, the creative learning program is offered by the Gull Wings to cultivate creativity and logic.
More information on OMG can be found at http://www.bijian.com/omg.html .