{March 3, 2007} Shea Zellweger

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In 1953, while working a hotel switchboard, Shea Zellweger began a journey that would culminate in a radical new notation for formal logic, the set of relations underling modern computing. From a garage in Ohio, Zellweger developed a visual language he called the “Logic Alphabet,” in which a group of specially designed letter-shapes are maneuvered like puzzle pieces to reveal the geometric patterns hidden beneath the symbolic web. In this jewel box exhibit, the Institute for Figuring and the Museum of Jurassic Technology present Zellweger’s Logic Alphabet models and drawings.

Saturday, March 3, 2007
Lecture: 5pm
By Christine Wertheim, followed by a conversation with Dr. Shea Zellweger
Foshay Masonic Lodge
9635 Venice Blvd, Culver City CA 90232

Followed by an opening reception: 7pm
The Museum of Jurassic Technology
9341 Venice Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

$15 general admission
$10 members, students and seniors

The exhibit is now on view at the Museum of Jurassic Technology.

For further information about the exhibit, please see www.theiff.org