All are welcome to join a public presentation of Diluvio, a sculptural installation by Professor Manuel Báez and his Students, inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s deluge drawings and a reception.
March 22, 2019 at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
MacOdrum Library – Main Floor Lobby, Carleton University
Diluvio is part of Carleton University’s CINQUECENTO: Carleton Celebrates Leonardo da Vinci, a year-long celebration honouring the renaissance genius on the 500th anniversary of his death in France on May 2, 1519. The installation is inspired by Leonardo’s reflections on the inter-connections within all of Nature as revealed by his studies of the flow of water, air, light, shadows, energy, and his evocative “deluge drawings.”
Learn more about this event and the installation here.
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