Plainsboro native and surgical resident Neal Godse displays modular origami in August gallery exhibit.
Exhibit runs August 4 – 29, 2018.
Plainsboro native Neal Godse, a surgical resident at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, will be exhibiting a collection of modular origami at the Plainsboro Library in August. A perfect combination of math and art, each model is a colorful and complex three-dimensional shape.
Godse, who graduated from the WW-P school system, went on to receive an undergraduate degree in neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh, followed by a medical doctorate, and is currently in post-graduate surgical residency training in Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. He developed an interest in origami as a child.
Per the artist: “Origami is a beautiful art form that has deep connections with mathematics and applications for engineering and material sciences, to name a few. I would encourage anyone with interest to take the time to go beyond the paper crane to see the true breadth and depth of this art form.”
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