Pottery and physics collide in new art exhibition

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Pottery and physics collide in new art exhibition

A theoretical physics professor from Kings College has opened a new exhibition in Brixton to show off his work.

Quantum Ceramics is the first solo effort by Nadav Drukker, who's equations on string theory are presented as works of pottery.

The works hope to mix contemporary art and science with ceramics using traditional methods.

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