Rita Evans and Alice Evans: The Perfect Structure, 2010

The Perfect Structure was a conversation that, true to the spirit of our antagonist the controversial mathematician Richard Feynman, takes place somewhere most conducive to the production of ideas, a bar. The participants were all met individually beforehand and a general structure was pre set by a selection of questions that emerged and then formed the final group conversation. The conversation was guided by these questions, however, they were not referred to by the speakers as these played out on their own as the conversation developed. Participants were a selection of artists, scientists and mathematicians.


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