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The second part of the exhibition explores more recent scientific concepts such as Slow Arc inside a Cube VIII by British artist Conrad Shawcross.

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Black Hole (M-Spheres) by contemporary artist Bjorn Dahlem is part of a series of hovering constructions.

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Astrolabe (Abd al-A'immah) - an astrolabe from Iran demonstrates the extraordinary innovations pioneered by scientists from the Islamic world. Astrolabes represent the rotations of three-dimensional celestial bodies in a two-dimensional format.

Ancient perspectives on the universe

The Jain Mandala, which shows a multi-verse and masterpieces by Copernicus and Galileo, reveals mankind's age-old fascination with the cosmos in The Universe and Art.
Apr 14, 2017 5:50 AM

THE latest exhibition at the ArtScience Museum is a portal to the universe - through the filters of science, religion and art. Humans have been interested in heaven and earth from time immemorial and sought to grasp it as well as they could.

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