See what happens when Math and Art combine – the results can be found at the Tweed Museum of Art
WHAT: Contemporary Art and the Mathematical Instinct
WHERE: Tweed Museum of Art, located on the campus of the University of
WHEN: Exhibition Dates: November 4, 2003 – January 11, 2004
This exhibition of thirty (30) contemporary artists presents work in a wide variety of media that is derived from, responds to, or is influenced by mathematical concepts. Many of the artist employ new technologies in their math-related works, while others practice traditional forms of art-making, from weaving, sculpture, painting and drawing, creating from and expressing mathematical concepts. This exhibition is curated by Peter Spooner and accompanied by a fully illustrated color catalogue.