Hidden Symmetries is an exhibition featuring pre-Columbian textiles at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics at Stony Brook University. Works on view are from the collection of Tony Phillips, a math professor fascinated with the mathematics reflected in these pieces. On view in the gallery are twenty-one beautiful textiles and two amazing pieces of pottery.
I developed the graphic concepts, illustrations, and exhibition layout, and managed production of all the graphics and casework. This included three mirrored cases as the collector wanted to display the pieces so the visitor could see both sides simultaneously without a reprographic.