Artist Sebastian is exhibiting his new work, "Cuantica," in Mexico City, offering visitors "the possibility of achieving an understanding of the universe."
The exhibition at Galeria Oscar Roman features a series of bronze sculptures with geometric forms, such as cylinders, cones and spheres.
The artist, whose real name is Enrique Carbajal, was born in Chihuahua in 1947.
Science and aesthetics are not opposing elements and can be combined to create "a work of art," Sebastian told Efe.
"I am a sculptor. I am not a specialist in geometry or a mathematician, but I have a passion (for mathematics and science)," Sebastian said, adding that he had spent his career focusing "on the art-science relationship, on the question of geometry-mathematics."
"Cuantica," which will be on display until July 5, is explained, at the request of the sculptor, in an essay penned by mathematicians Isidoro Gitler, Ernesto Lupercio, Yvonne Mondragon and Enrique Reyes, who describe the pieces and their mathematical relationships, as well as touching on the topics of beauty and sculpture. EFE