Robert Lang: Origami — Between the Folds of Art and Technology
Roberg Lang, Origami Artist; Physicist
Origami is the centuries-old Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figures. Lang, a world-renowned origami artist, has taken this traditional art form one step further.
Lang is one of the pioneers of cross-disciplinary origami that combines mathematics, science, technology, engineering and design with origami. His applications have been used on medical devices, air bag designs and expandable space telescopes.
With 50 patents awarded and pending on semiconductor lasers, optics and integrated optoelectronics, Lang has more than 500 designs catalogued and diagrammed and his artwork has been shown around the world in exhibits at the MoMA in New York, Carrousel du Louvre in Paris and the Nippon Museum of Origami in Japan.
Hear more about the blending of art and technology what drives him to create such inspirational masterpieces.
Oshman Family JCC
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Palo Alto, 94303
6:30 p.m. check-in
7 p.m. program
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