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Without mathematics there is no art.
— Luca Pacioli, Italian mathematician (1445 – 1517)
JoAnne’s blog Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics
Mathematical language can heighten the imagery of a poem; mathematical structure can deepen its effect. Feast here on an international menu of poems made rich by mathematical ingredients.
Ted Chang’s division by zero
Paintings and Sculptures
Dorothea Rockburne’s artwork
What if mathematical theories could be expressed using artworks instead of plus signs and pi symbols? Dorothea Rockburne has devoted four decades to the attempt. View PBS’s Sunday Arts Profile on Rockburne on YouTube.
Also, on most YouTube videos, the player has a six-corner snowflake (next to CC) that gives you an option to view various snowflake configurations falling throughout the video. YouTube has placed the temporary six-cornered snowflake button for the holidays. I think it is highly fitting given the post below “The Six-Cornered Snowflake of Kepler”!