Opening this week at Berlin’s Pool Gallery is Andy Gilmore’s exhibition Black Math, a series of kaleidoscopic images inspired by the artist’s love for the physics of sound. The musicality of Gilmore’s art is more than just simple coincidence: the New Yorker spent much of his career investigating the physical properties of sounds and, strangely, this incorporation of the impalpable renders Gilmore’s futuristic forms familiar in some way. Black Math’s simple, hypnotic aesthetic may well herald the coming of more art that involves mathematic complexity and visual minimalism. The exhibition opens on the 10th of July and will run until the 11th of August.