Imagine mathematics, imagine with the help of mathematics, imagine new worlds, new geometries, new forms. This volume in the series aImagine Matha casts light on what is new and interesting in the relationships between mathematics, imagination and culture. The book opens by examining the connections between modern and contemporary art and mathematics, including Linda D. Hendersonas contribution. Several further papers are devoted to mathematical models and their influence on modern and contemporary art, including the work of Henry Moore and Hiroshi Sugimoto. Among the many other interesting contributions are an homage to BenoArt Mandelbrot with reference to the exhibition held in New York in 2013 and the thoughts of Jean-Pierre Bourguignon on the art and math exhibition at the Fondation Cartier in Paris. An interesting part is dedicated to the connections between math, computer science and theatre with the papers by C. Bardainne and A. Mondot. The topics are treated in a way that is rigorous but captivating, detailed but very evocative. This is an all-embracing look at the world of mathematics and culture.Between Culture and Mathematics Michele Emmer ... To construct, substantially, a#39; content to the second powera#39;. ... definition of content to the second power, a compositive hypothesis that gave rise to the proposal of a performatory photography.
|Title||:||Imagine Math 3|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2015-03-04|