by Liz Goldner
"This exhibition alludes to an international movement combining art with science that is prevalent today in studios, university programs, journals and conferences. At the core of the endeavor is the idea that uncertainty is inherent in science, and has pervaded art since the early 20th century when representation yielded to abstraction . . . The title "Uncertainty," while tantalizing and mysterious, does not prepare us for the visual and philosophical treasures within the show."