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At the Intersection of Optics and ArtAn interview with Silicon Valley pioneer, distinguished art collector, and author Jay Last ’51.Interview by Peter Lennie Robert L. and Mary L. Sproull Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Sciences & Engineering and professor of brain and cognitive sciences
jaylastTHE GEOMETRY OF ART: Last, who has long favored art based on simple geometric forms, poses before a banner by Robert Indiana. The banner, displayed in Last’s Beverly Hills home, is based on a 1928 painting by American modernist Charles Demuth. (Photo: Max Gerber for Rochester Review) More . . .

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