JULIAN VOSS-ANDREAE

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His public sculptures have become landmarks in eleven states in the US as well as internationally. Videos of his "Disappearing Sculptures" have gone viral, see below. 
Most recently, the renown Quantum Physicist turned sculptor, Julian Voss-Andreae personally unveiled his latest monument "Isabelle", right here in Palm Springs.  "Isabelle" earned Voss-Andreae the amazement of the city and awarded him the 2018 Buzz Award. 
Julian Voss-Andreae is a German sculptor based in Portland, Oregon. Starting out as a painter he later changed course and studied physics, mathematics, and philosophy at the Universities of Berlin, Edinburgh and Vienna. Voss-Andreae pursued his graduate research in quantum physics, participating in an experiment considered one of the modern milestones of unifying our everyday intuition with the famously bizarre world of quantum physics. He moved to the United States to study Sculpture at the Pacific Northwest College of Art from where he graduated in 2004. Voss-Andreae’s work has quickly gained critical attention. His sculpture, often inspired by his background in science, has captured the attention of multiple institutions and collectors in the United States and abroad. Recent institutional commissions include large-scale outdoor monuments for the University of Minnesota and Rutgers University (New Jersey). Voss-Andreae’s work has been featured in print and broadcast media worldwide.
Recently, Voss-Andreae also won the prestigious CodaWorx award for public sculpture – a great achievement and well deserved.
Lead time for most of Voss-Andreae's sculptures is now three months and more, so if you are considering one, please talk to us soon.

ARTIST STATEMENT

Contemporary technology is ushering in a new era for sculpture, comparable perhaps only to the invention of metal casting during antiquity. In my work I draw cutting-edge approaches from very diverse fields to re- imagine the ancient art of sculpture. My goal is to convey elements of our spiritual essence and open our eyes to the miraculous nature of the underlying nature of reality.
I started out as a painter in my youth and later switched to physics. I studied at the universities of Berlin and Edinburgh, and did my graduate research participating in a seminal experiment probing the foundations of quantum physics in one of the world's leading research groups at the University of Vienna. My science training enables me to take advantage of the latest technologies to achieve my artistic visions. But most importantly, my first-hand experience of the enigmatic nature of reality has provided me with key cultural insights, informing my path ever since. Contrary to our strongly held prejudices about the workings of the universe, there simply is no ‘reality’ out there that is independent of us. Similarly, the divide we perceive between us and the rest of our world turns out to be an illusion: Ultimately, we cannot separate ourselves from each other and the rest of the universe, both in a physical sense as well as when it comes to our actions.
These kinds of ideas were well-known for millennia in certain Eastern spiritual traditions but in the West they appeared only relatively recently,  at about the same time as non-representational art emerged in the early twentieth century. Quantum physics came as a complete surprise even to its discoverers and it stands in striking contrast to the old (and still absolutely predominant) ‘Newtonian’ paradigm, the mindset of separating subject and object of detaching ourselves from nature, and of dividing world into small parts assuming this will lead to an understanding of the whole.
Art is holistic in its very essence, both when we create it, as well as when we consume it. And art provides the seeds for our future. Before our future happens, we have dreamt it up. The central place where we, as a collective mind, dream up our future, is in art. It is therefore critical to harness the transformative powers inherent in art to get to the future we want. I believe a cultural change comparable in depth to the Renaissance is imminent. The urgent need for a paradigm shift is most obvious in our reckless attitude toward our environment; we are jeopardizing our future by rapidly making our planet uninhabitable. Art is a powerful driver of the cultural and spiritual change desperately needed. The lessons of quantum physics offer us a glimpse of a different way of dealing with each other and dealing with our world and I feel it is critical that those embryonic ideas get out into the cultural mainstream.
My work is a reminder of our fundamental connectedness, giving tangible expression to the vital paradigm shift from Newtonian separation to a renewed connection with Nature.
 

ISABELLE

It was an instant love affair between "Isabelle" and the people of Palm Springs. 

Learn more about "Isabelle"

Voss-Andreae Isabelle

Annabelle

In time for the most important week for art in the US, Julian Voss-Andreae is finishing a new sculpture to be premiered at our booth at Art Miami (Dec 3 - 8).

Inspired by his landmark sculpture "Isabelle" that we recently placed in downtown Palm Springs, this new sculpture is destined to turn heads at the art fair.

Please contact the gallery for more information.

Call (760) 346-4243 x110

Isabelle edition

 

REQUEST CURRENT INVENTORY

Below you can see examples of Julian Voss-Andreae's work, many of which have sold. We usually have a number of works immediately available, however our inventory changes frequently, so these are only noteworthy examples. If you are considering a work for your collection or have a project or exhibition that could be a good fit, please fill out the form to the right and we will send you a list of available works and we can give you more information about lead time or the process of commissioning a work.
 
If you are already a client/customer of the gallery, you can request access to our complete live inventory where you can see everything that is available with prices.  www.hohmann.art/private
 
Small sculptures by Julian Voss-Andreae start in the low 20,000s with most of the life size works selling between 40,000 - 70,000. Over life size works are 80,000-130,000. Site specific commissions are quoted individually based on numerous factors. 
Although many of these sculptures are limited editions of 5, 6 or 9, they are usually not readily available with few exceptions.
 

If you are looking for information to evaluate a work you own, please consult the FAQ first.

 

INSIDER

Watch the video about Julian Voss-Andreae that went viral and had more than 12 million views within a few months on facebook.

 

 

BIOGRAPHY

Julian Voss-Andreae is a German sculptor based in Portland, Oregon. Starting out as a painter he later changed course and studied physics, mathematics, and philosophy at the Universities of Berlin, Edinburgh and Vienna. Voss-Andreae pursued his graduate research in quantum physics, participating in an experiment considered one of the modern milestones of unifying our everyday intuition with the famously bizarre world of quantum physics. He moved to the United States to study Sculpture at the Pacific Northwest College of Art from where he graduated in 2004.
Voss-Andreae’s work has quickly gained critical attention. His sculpture, often inspired by his background in science, has captured the attention of multiple institutions and collectors in the United States and abroad. Recent institutional commissions include large-scale outdoor monuments for the University of Minnesota and Rutgers University (New Jersey). Voss-Andreae’s work has been featured in print and broadcast media worldwide.

 

Selected Art Related Awards

2017

CODA awards. Winner in the Education Category for Spannungsfeld

2016

A Visual Chronicle of Lake Oswego. Best in Show Award for Slender Sentinel

2012

PIDart Expo ESID 2012 Competition. Florence, Italy. 2nd prize for Angel of the West

 

Florence, Italy. 2nd prize for Angel of the West

 

Next Big Idea Art Competition. Judges’ Choice Award for Quantum Man

2011

Travel Grant and Invitation to “The Institute of Science in Society” Conference (London, UK)

2010

Travel Grant and Invitation to Lectures: Society for Science Communication and Universität Wien (Vienna, Austria)

2009

Travel Grant and Invitation to “Einstein and Picasso” conference (Dortmund, Germany)

2008

2008 Bellingham Big Rock Garden Sculpture Exhibition, Juror’s Choice Award for Unraveling Collagen

2007

Moses Lake Sculpture Without Walls, 1st prize for Quantum Man (People’s Choice Award)

2005

Regional Arts & Culture Council Professional Development Grant (Portland, Oregon) for lecture at ASCI (NYC)

2004

The Scientist 2004 Art Contest, 1st prize for Light-Harvesting Complex

 

 

 

 

Education

2004

B.F.A. (Major: Sculpture), Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA), Portland, Oregon

2000

Physikdiplom (equivalent to a M.S. in physics, summa cum laude), Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry 

 

Physics Free University Berlin (Germany), University of Vienna (Austria), and University of Edinburgh (UK)

 

 

 

 

Selected Exhibitions

2019

Unmatched Pairs, Multnomah Arts Center, Portland, Oregon

 

Art New York 2019, New York City, New York

 

Art Palm Springs 2019, Palm Springs, California

2018

Sitka Art Invitational, World Forestry Center, Portland, Oregon

 

Layers: The Evolving Art of 3D Printing, Lakewood Center for the Arts, Lake Oswego, Oregon

 

Art New York 2018, New York City, New York

 

Art Palm Springs 2018, Palm Springs, California

2017

Art Miami 2017, Miami, Florida

 

CONTEXT Art Miami 2017, Miami, Florida

 

Mad Pursuit: Exploring Science Through the Lens of Art, Ford Gallery, Portland, Oregon

 

Art Miami New York 2017, New York City, New York

 

Napa Valley Arts in April, Bardessono Hotel & Spa, Yountville, California

 

Art Revolution Taipei Art Fair 2017, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Messum’s Gallery, London, UK

 

Art Palm Springs 2017, Palm Springs, California

2016

Art Miami 2016, Miami, Florida

 

CONTEXT Art Miami 2016, Miami, Florida

 

Monaco Yacht Show 2016, Port Hercules, Monaco

 

510 museum & ARTspace, Lake Oswego, Oregon

 

Encounters Between Biology and Contemporary Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum, Beijing, China

 

A Visual Chronicle of Lake Oswego: Gallery Without Walls, Lakewood Center for the Arts, Lake Oswego, Oregon

 

Artworks Northwest 2016, Umpqua Valley Art Center, Rose burg, Oregon

 

Art Revolution Taipei Art Fair 2016, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Napa Valley Arts in April, Bardessono Hotel & Spa, Yountville, California

 

2nd National Juried Exhibition: Art + Science, Tom Thomas Gallery, Indiana University East, Richmond, Indiana

 

Outdoor Sculpture Invitational, Clackamas Community College, Molalla, Oregon

2015

Art San Diego Art Fair 2015, San Diego, California

 

Art San Diego Art Fair 2015, San Diego, California

 

International Sculpture Center LittleSCULPTURE Show, Bentley Gallery, Phoenix, Arizona

 

Silicon Valley Art Fair 2015, San Francisco, California

 

Tech + Art, The Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan

 

Boloix Fine Arts Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho

 

Art Revolution Taipei Art Fair 2015, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Palm Springs Fine Art Fair 2015, Palm Springs, California

2014

2nd International Conference of Science, Technology, and Art Relations, Technion, Haifa, Israel

 

Exhibition, Port of Portland, Portland, Oregon

 

The Quantum Moment, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY. Curated by Robert P. Crease

 

Art of the Allison Sculpture Exhibition, The Allison Inn & Spa, Newberg, Oregon

 

Oregon Art Beat Exhibition, Peoples Art of Portland, Portland, Oregon

 

Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, Palm Springs, California

2013

Little SCULPTURE Show, International Sculpture Center, Miami, Florida. Pittman Addition HydroPark, Portland, Oregon.

 

Christian Hohmann Fine Arts, Palm Desert, California

 

Elements in Balance, Annmarie Sculpture Garden, Solomons, Maryland

 

Downtown Abstractions, Stamford, Connecticut

 

Art on Fourth, Ketchum, Idaho

 

Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition, York St Marys, York, UK

2012

5th Beijing International Art Biennale, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, Chin

 

New Works, Frederic Boloix Fine Arts Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho

 

ESID conference 2012, Florence, Italy

 

Clackamas Outdoor Sculpture Exposition, Oregon City, Oregon. Curated by Rick True

 

Science Art 2012, The Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia. Curated by Simon Erohine

2011

Intersculpt 2011, Galerie Luc Monod, Paris, France. Curated by Mary Visser and Christian Lavigne

 

Science and Art, Sarah Silberman Art Gallery, Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland

 

New Works, Frederic Boloix Fine Arts Gallery,Sun Valley, Idaho

 

Quantum Jazz Biology * Medicine * Art, ISIS Meeting, London, UK

 

Science without Borders, Annual AAAS Meeting, Washington, DC.

 

The Consilience of Art & Science, Pence Gallery, Davis, California

 

Measure for Measure, Central Booking Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.

2010

Attract/Repel, Central Booking Gallery, Brooklyn, New York. Chemical Reactions, Central Booking Gallery Brooklyn, New York..

 

Art & Science Exhibition, ISMB 2010, Boston Art Inspired by Science, Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, Oregon

 

Interferente, National University of Art, Bucharest, Romania.

2008

Quantum Objects (Worlds Within Worlds), American Center for Physics, College Park,Maryland. Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, Oregon. 

 

From Structures to Sculptures, Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad, India.

 

El Paseo Invitational Exhibition, Palm Desert, California. 

 

Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Lausanne, Switzerland.

2007

West Edge Sculpture Exhibition, Seattle, Washington.

 

Clackamas Outdoor Sculpture Exposition, Oregon City, Oregon

 

Mein Gen, das hat fünf Ecken..., Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe,Germany

 

Outdoor Sculpture Invitational, Maryhill Museum of Art, Goldendale, Washington

2006

Wonderfest, Stanford University and UC Berkeley, California

 

German American Artists, German Consulate General, San Francisco, California

 

Natural Cycles, Tryon Creek State Park, Portland, Oregon 

 

Orange Memorial Park Sculpture Garden, City of South San Francisco, California

2005

Art Intersect Science, Lucid Gallery, San Francisco, California

 

I’m Ready For My Close Up, Washington Gallery of Photography, Bethesda, Maryland

 

The Convergence of Art and Science, Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, Fort Collins, Colorado

2004

Lifeboat Miami, Miami Beach, Florida. X

 

Lifeboat Miami, Miami Beach, Florida. DNA Art & Science, Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa Florida

 

 

Selected Institutional Collections

Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, Georgia), Portland Community College (Portland, Oregon), Susquehanna University (Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania), California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, California), City of Hope National Medical Center (Duarte, California), Clarksburg Premium Outlets (Clarksburg, Maryland), Texas Tech University (Lubbock, Texas) University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN), Rutgers University (Piscataway, NJ), DePauw University (Greencastle, IN), The Bravern (Bellevue, WA), The Scripps Research Institute (Jupiter, FL), The Maryhill Museum of Art (Goldendale, WA), The University of Washington (Friday Harbor, WA), The City of Moses Lake (Moses Lake, WA), Institute for Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia), Linus Pauling Center (Portland, OR), Pacific NW College of Art (Portland, OR
 

Spannungsfeld

View the video of the sculpture installation that earned Julian Voss-Andreae the coveted CodaWorx Award.

 

 

Selected Media Coverage

2019

Evanescence of Steel, Deedesk.art (May 12)

 

The Cosmic Mystery Tour by Nicholas Mee (Oxford University Press

 

Isabelle, Stainless Steel in Architecture Applications (Vol. 5, January 8)

2018

“Julian Voss-Andreae: intrygujące rzeźby naukowego futurysty” Isolations (in Polish, December 28)

 

Interview with Julian Voss-Andreae, 3d Imperial (in Chinese, November 15)

 

“Sculptures quantiques, Les Débrouillards” (in French, November 1)

 

"Las fantásticas esculturas invisibles de Julian Voss-Andreae" El Hormiguero, Antena 3 TV (in Spanish, June 21)

 

"Les secrets scientifiques de 45 œuvres d’art" by Loïc Mangin (Paris: Humensis)

 

"Julian Voss-Andreae, escultor y doctor en fisica cuántica" Las musas despiertas (in Spanish, April 17)

 

“Des sculptures… invisibles” 20 Minutes, Le Rewind (in French, April 3)

 

“New Downtown Palm Springs Sculpture is a Showstopper” KMIR TV (April 1)

 

“New Sculpture Unveiled” CBS 2 TV (March 30)

 

“Sculptures Disappear into Thin Air” Art Insider (March 28)

 

Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Cover image (Volume 11 Number 30, March 18)

 

“Quantum sculptures” Mashable (March 8)

 

“Disappearing Sculptures by Julian Voss-Andreae” My Modern Met (February 22)

 

“The Quantum Man Effect” by Judy Davis. Semiconductor Engineering (January 8)

 

“The Quantum Man Effect” by Judy Davis. Semiconductor Engineering (January 8)

2017

New PCC sculpture highlights students’ stories, KGW Portland (January 5)

2016

PCC adding new sculpture on campus, KGW Portland (December 31)

 

“Quantumobjecten” (“Quantum objects”, in Dutch), Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde (June issue) 

 

“A different ‘Beat’ Generation”, The Oregonian (April 25) 

 

“U unveils its ultra-tech nano lab,” Star Tribune Minneapolis (April 23)

2014

Colliding Worlds: How Cutting-Edge Science is Redefining Contemporary Art” by Arthur I. Miller (New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company)

2013

“Caltech, NYU scientists team up with sculptor to develop ‘biomemetic self-replicating materials’”, KPCC (August 26) 

 

“Rutgers University commissions physicist turned sculptor”, Art Daily (August 15)

 

“Aesthetica Art Prize 2013”, 100 Contemporary Artists (York, UK: Aesthetica Publishing) 

 

L’art quantique se tisse”, Pour la Science (August issue) “Searching for Certainty”, by L. Gamwell (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press)

 

“Art and Atoms” edited by Tami U. Spector and Roger Malina. (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press Journals)

2012

“Quantum art at Boloix Gallery” Idaho Mountain Express (August 1) 

 

“Best Gallery in Idaho: Frederic Boloix Fine Arts” Highlight Hollywood (July 25)

 

“The Big Question: ‘What are the most interesting art and science ideas today?’”, Wired “Artistic Quantum objects?”, About Art & Design (April 25) 

 

“Sculpting Proteins” (video), Beckman Institute, 2012 University of Illinois (March 27)

 

“Maryhill Museum opens $10M wing,” Daily Journal of Commerce (April 25)

2011

“Welding Art and Science”, DePauw University (November 1) 

 

“Vanishing Sliced Steel Sculpture”, My Modern Metropolis (October 12) 

 

“Principles of Biochemistry”, textbook by L. Moran, R. Horton, K. Scrimgeour, and M. Perry (Boston, MA: Pearson)

 

“Vortex Woman” (August 31) and “Quantum Glass” (August 3), 

 

The Weekly Sun “Science in art and art in science: an interview with Julian Voss-Andreae”, 

 

ASBMB Today “The Art of Making Science Dance”, Huffington Post

2010

“Quantum concepts you can touch”, Symmetry Magazine, pp. 28-31 (April issue)

 

“Quantum Sculpture: Art Inspired by the Deeper Nature of Reality”, Quantum Health, pp.24-27 (February issue)

 

“Quantum Man”, 1859 Oregon’s Magazine (Winter 2010)

 

“Artful Quandary”, City Arts Seattle, pp. 7-8 (February 25, 2010)

2009

Cover art, Academic Medicine (December 2009)

 

Quantum objects on show, Nature, p. 416 (November 26)

 

Bodies in motion, The World (March 13)

 

Sculptor mixes physics, art in his creation for Scripps, Sun Sentinel, p. 5B (March 11)

 

“Angel of the West’ brings science, art to life, T.C. Palm (March 3)

 

Art of Science, The Times of India, Hyderabad (February 26)

2008

Quantum of culture, Physics World (September 1), pp. 19-21

 

‘Gallery Without Walls’ puts art in public spaces, The Oregonian (August 14)

 

The Passion of Proteins, PNCA newsletter re:view, p. 6 (Summer 2008)

 

Protein Sculptures for the People, AWIS Magazine, pp. 14-17 (Spring 2008)

 

The crucible: Art inspired by science should be more than just a pretty picture, Chemistry World, pp. 42-43 (March 2008)

 

The Dog, the Scientist, and the Frisbee, (interview) Sculptural Pursuit, pp. 27-33 (Spring 2008)

 

Outdoor Sculpture Garden Gains Additions, Maryhill Magic (Winter 2008)

2007

Invisible Monuments, (in Russian) Computerra, pp. 26-28 (December 5)

 

Art of Science Update, Protein Data Bank Newsletter, p. 4 (Fall 2007, Number 35)

 

Escultor de proteínas, (“Protein sculptor”, in Spanish), El País (September 19)

 

Let’s Talk About Our Roots, Atlantic Monthly (September issue)

 

Sculpture show takes steps in right direction, Seattle Times (July 27)

 

Wanderer zwischen den Welten, (“Wanderer between the worlds”, in German), Stahlreport, pp. 38-39 (July issue)

 

Sculpture voters take a ‘Quantum’ leap,, Columbia Basin Her ald (June 13)

 

Physik lässt einen nicht einfach los, (“Physics doesn’t simply let go of you”, interview in German), Physik Journal (June issue)

 

Give us a brake, The Oregonian, In Portland (April 12)

 

Skagit Valley Herald, Skagit Valley Herald (March 24)

 

Julian Voss-Andreae, Protein Sculptor, (interview), Protein Data Bank Newsletter, pp. 9-11 (Winter 2007, Number 32)

 

Cover art, Current Proteomics (all 2007 issues)

2006

Once a physicist: Julian Voss-Andreae (interview), Physics World, p. 44 (Nov. issue)

 

Natural Cycles: A Celebration of Art in the Forest, The Oregonian (September 15)

 

Nature and art intertwine at park, The Oregonian (October 13)
 

‘Family day’ to feature art, Lake Oswego Review (September 14)

 

Up the Creek Without a Buckyball?, Willamette Week (September 13)

 

A human as a quantum object, Physics World, p. 7 (September issue)

 

Dual Nature, Science Magazine (August 18) pdf

 

Art Intersect Science, The GalaxyGoo Gazette (Summer issue)

 

Park art, San Francisco Magazine (June issue)

 

Guardino Gallery, Portland Monthly (May issue) p. 166

 

Unraveling Collagen’ structure to be installed in Orange Me morial Park Sculpture Garden, Expert Review of Proteomics (3 2)

 

Heart of Steel’ A Science Lesson, LOFA Artnews (Number 2/Spring)

 

Gallery: Julian Voss-Andreae, Symmetry Magazine (February issue)

 

Cover art, Current Proteomics (all 2006 issues)

2005

Inspirierende Proteine, (“Inspiring proteins”, in German), Physik Journal (October issue)

 

Blood and Steel, Science Magazine (September 30)

 

New art comes to downtown, Lake Oswego Review (September 29)

 

New statues unveiled, Lake Oswego Review (September 22)

 

Scene and Heard, The Sunday Oregonian (January 16)

 

Cover art, Current Proteomics (all 2005 issues)

2004

Portland Modern 1 (August 1), Portland Modern 1 (August 1)

 

Alpha Helix for Linus Pauling, The Portland Mercury (May 13)

2000

Die Quantenwelt wird sichtbar, “The Quantum World becomes Visible”, in German), Berliner Zeitung (December 6)

1991

Ausstellung im Rathaus, (“Exhibtion in City Hall”, in German), Elbe Wochenblatt (October 30)

1990

Preisverleihung im ‘Weißen Haus’, (“Award Ceremony in the ‘ White House’”, in German), Elbe Wochenblatt (November 7)

 

Publications

2017

International Sculpture Day’ fêted in Sellwood, The Bee (July 5)

 

Bits & Pieces: Statue sitting, Portland Tribune (June 21)

 

Art Materializes from Molecules, Metal, Portland Tribune (January 24)

2016

Meet the new sculptures in the Gallery Without Walls, West Linn Tidings (September 1)

 

Do spins have directions?, by Diederik Aerts Massimiliano and Sassoli de Bianchi. Springer Soft Computing (November 4)

2015

Do spins have directions?, by Diederik Aerts Massimiliano and Sassoli de Bianchi. Springer Soft Computing (November 4)

 

Voss-Andreae ships Texas Tech commission, by Paul Haist. Pacific Northwest Sculptors Newsletter (July 27)

 

Gallery showcase, Sun Valley Magazine (Summer issue) Strike a Pose, Harvard Medicine Magazine (Winter 2015, Vol. 88, Nr. 1)

2014

Cose che faremo, vedremo, proveremo nel 2015, Marie Claire Italy (December 24)

 

Un-Natural Nature, Issues in Science and Technology (Winter 2015)

 

Right Brain, Left Brain: Physicists as Artists, APS News (Vol. 23, No. 10, November 2014)

 

Walking Qbist Woman, SciArt in America (August 2014)

 

Science and Culture: Sculptures reproduce protein structures, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (July 8) Meet the artists, Sun Valley Magazine (Summer issue)

 

Beyond wonder, Chemistry World (July issue)

 

Sculptures feature diverse local artists, The Newberg Graphic (June 25)

 

Internationally known sculptor to speak here, Willamette Views 37 6 (June)

 

Quantumobjecten, (“Quantum objects”, in Dutch), Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde (June issue)

 

 A different ‘Beat’ Generation, The Oregonian (April 25)

 

U unveils its ultra-tech nano lab, Star Tribune Minneapolis (April 23)

2013

Spotlight on Hidden Physicists: The Quantum Sculptor, Radiations Magazine (Fall 2013)

 

Re-Visioning Reality: Quantum Superposition in Visual Art, L. Stone. Leonardo 46 5 (October 2013)

 

Science as Inspiration, The Sunday Star-Ledger (September 29)

 

Rutgers dedicates molecule sculpture, Asbury Park Press (September 27)

 

Surrounded by science, a sculpture rises at Rutgers, The Home News Tribune (September 24)    

 

$187,000 sculpture finds home on Busch campus, The Daily Targum (September 23)

 

Artist turns to science for his sculptures, The Oregonian (September 18)

 

Bits & Pieces: Protein power, Portland Tribune (September 5)

 

L’art quantique se tisse, Pour la Science, pp. 88-89 (August issue)

2012

Quantum art at Boloix Gallery, Idaho Mountain Express (Au gust 1)

 

Art of the Quantum Moment, R. Crease and A. Goldhaber. Proceedings of Bridges 2012, pp. 307-314

 

The Big Question: ‘What are the most interesting art and sci ence ideas today?’, Wired Magazine (June 6)

 

Maryhill Museum opens $10M wing, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce (April 25)

 

Arts Appreciation. Artistic endeavors flourish in the City of Roses, Alaska Airlines Horizon, p. 12-19 (October 2011)

 

Vortex Woman, The Weekly Sun, p. 10 (August 31)

 

Quantum Glass, The Weekly Sun, p. 6 (August 3)

2011

Arts Appreciation. Artistic endeavors flourish in the City of Roses, Alaska Airlines Horizon, p. 12-19 (October 2011)

 

Vortex Woman, The Weekly Sun, p. 10 (August 31)

 

Quantum Glass, The Weekly Sun, p. 6 (August 3)

 

Cover art, Leonardo 44 1 (February 2011)

 

Science in art and art in science: an interview with Julian Voss-Andreae, ASBMB Today (January 2011)

2010

Quantum Man, 1859 Oregon’s Magazine, pp. 23-25 (Winter 2010)

 

Quantum concepts you can touch, Symmetry Magazine, pp. 28-31 (April issue)

 

Quantum Sculpture: Art Inspired by the Deeper Nature of Reality, Quantum Health, pp. 24-27 (February 2010)

 

Artful Quandary, City Arts, pp. 7-8 (February 25, 2010)

2009

Cover art, Academic Medicine (December 2009)

 

"Objects on show”, Nature (November 26, 2009) 

 

“Sculptor mixes physics, art in his creation for Scripps”, Sun Sentinel Florida (March 11, 2009)

 

Sculptures inspired by quantum physics”, BoingBoing (November 17)

 

“Sculptor mixes physics, art in his creation for Scripps”, Sun Sentinel Florida (March 11, 2009)

 

“Art of Science”, The Times of India, Hyderabad (February 26, 2009)

 

Sculptures inspired by quantum physics”, BoingBoing (November 17)

 

“Protein sculpture inspired by Vitruvian Man” BoingBoing (October 22)

2007

“Invisible Monuments)” (in Russian), Computerra (December 5) 

 

"Escultor de proteínas” (in Spanish), El País (September 19) 

 

“Sculpture show takes steps in right direction”, The Seattle Times (July 27) 

 

“Physik lässt einen nicht einfach los” (interview, in German), Physik Journal (June issue)

2006

“A human as a quantum object”, Physics World (September issue) 

 

“Dual Nature”, Science (August 18)

 

“Wanderer zwischen den Welten” (in German), Lernziel 24 (July) 

 

“Seeing Below the Surface” (interview), Seed Magazine (May 11) 

 

“Nature and art intertwine at park”, The Oregonian (October 13)

 

“Inspirierende Proteine”, Physik Journal (October issue)“Blood and Steel”, Science (September 30)

2005

“Diskurs: Einstein’s Erben. Quantenbillard oder: Die spukhafte Fernwirkung” Westdeutscher Rundfunk Köln, (April 9)

 

“Scene and Heard”, The Sunday Oregonian (January 16)

 

“Scene and Heard”, The Sunday Oregonian (January 16)

2004

“Linus Pauling Statue”, Oregon Art Beat (OPB Television, May 6)

 

“Alpha Helix for Linus Pauling”, The Portland Mercury (May 13)

 

“Bio-Art”, Protein Spotlight (December 20)

 

“Protein Sculptures”, Genome News Network (October 1)

2000

“Die Quantenwelt wird sichtbar” (“The Quantum World becomes Visible”, in German), Berliner Zeitung (December 6)

1999

Arndt, M., O. Nairz, J. Voss-Andreae, et al. “Wave-Particle Duality of C60 Molecules”. Nature 401, pp. 680—682.