Michael Winter's "A History of the Domino Problem" traces the history of an epistemological problem in mathematics about how things that one could never imagine fitting together actually come together and unify in unexpected ways. The work comprises a set of musical compositions and a kinetic sculpture that sonify and visualize rare aperiodic tilings (more commonly known as mosaics).
Nov 17 - Dec 1
At Humboldt-Universität, Lichthof Ost Exhibition Room, the kinetic sculpture will be on display, along with visual works by and in collaboration with Mareike Yin-Yee Lee in a constellation designed specifically for the Lichthof Ost.
At Humboldt-Universität, Fritz-Reuter-Saal, lecture by renowned Finnish mathematician Jarkko Kari (University of Turku) introducing the fascinating world of aperiodic tilings, with a performance of A History of the Domino Problem (excerpts) by Michael Winter & Kali Ensemble
At KM28, full performance of A History of the Domino Problem by Michael Winter & Kali Ensemble
- Karl-Marx Straße, 28
- 12043, Berlin, Neukölln
- Do., 23.11.2023, 20:30 - 22:00
- Doors 20:00 | Concert 20:30