AMS-MAA'07 Math'calArt. The physical art exhibition took place in San Diego, California on January 6-9, 2008, as part of the 2008 Joint Mathematics Meetings.
It was organized by: Robert Fathauer, Tessellations Company, Phoenix, Arizona; Web page design: Anne Burns, Long Island University Jurors: Rinus Roelofs, Sculptor, the Netherlands; Robert Fathauer, Tessellations Company, Phoenix, Arizona; Anne Burns, Department of Mathematics, Long Island University, New York; Nat Friedman, Department of Mathematics, State University at Albany, New York; Reza Sarhangi, Department of Mathematics, Towson University, Maryland. The individual artists own the copyright for their respective images. The images may not be reproduced or used in any manner without the permission of the artist. Photographs of the exhibit. Cyber Locker - Cyberlocker - cyberbook - elockers - weblockers - Theater ADHOC. Nacht Kunst +Wetenschap.
Art Science Research Laboratory - Duchamp. Artsactive. The Arts Catalyst, the science-art agency. Eye ofthe Storm. Leonardo On-Line: Art, Science and Technology. Science Leiden. ArtScience.org Boston. ArtScience.org is a collection of inquiries, references, opinions and musings of the Nature and Inquiry artists group, based in Boston, Massachusetts.
The group has been meeting to discuss science topics every week for nearly 30 years. Each participant is an artist and each enjoys scientific information as the basis for their artistic work. Donald Burgy, John Holland, Margot Kelley, Amy Robinson, Nita Sturiale and Ron Wallace are members of the Nature and Inquiry artist’s group. See the Members page for biographical information. Donald Burgy is a visual artist and one of the founders of conceptual art in America. Divu*ciencia sciencecentre. Edinburgh Sci.Festival. UCLA ArtSci Center&Lab. Art of Science Princeton. Wintersymp09 Wisk/Kunst. Bridges: art and math. C Goodman-Strauss (CGoodmanStrauss) Prof. Carlo H. Sequin. Rinus Roelofs - Index. De Versnelling - Home. Phillipkent.net. Phillip Kent - LKL London Knowledge Lab. Maths-Art Seminars - LKL. A monthly series of maths-art seminars held at the London Knowledge Lab in central London [see map].
The idea for these grew out of our work in hosting the annual international Bridges Conference in London in August 2006. We propose these seminars as explorations of the connections between "mathematics" and "art", where both terms are understood broadly: art implies visual art (painting, drawing, sculpture, computer graphics, video), architecture, music, textile art, literature/poetry (and others), and mathematics implies both mathematics as a discipline and the related disciplines in science and engineering for which mathematics is an essential means of expression and communication.
The seminars are organised by John Sharp and Phillip Kent. Phillip Kent. Termes. Bridges Pécs 2010. Journal of Maths+Arts. Bridge - BRIDGES Conference London 2006. A souvenir booklet for the Bridges London 2006 Conference.
The booklet was edited by Phillip Kent, who can be contacted for any further information. Production and printing of this booklet was made possible by the generous financial support of the Clothworkers' Foundation, London. Design of the booklet was by Richard Reeve Design. Copies of the booklet are available for free in bulk to any mathematics-related organisation that can distribute them to the public.
Please ask. Imaginary'08 travelling Mathexhibition. Gallery of Mathematical Art. AnneBurns mathematics-art-naturefractal. Dimensions, movie promenade math. Escher Droste effect - Universiteit Leiden.