The permanent exhibition showcases the power of creativity as it is manifested in the world of ArtScience. By demonstrating how creative minds meld the disciplines of art and science to make objects that transform our world, it takes visitors on a journey inside the creative process across three unique spaces: Curiosity, Inspiration and Expression.
Amazing gallery of mathematical art from the 2013 Bridges Conference, a ton more at the link. Dig through a decade worth of math art in the Bridges archive.
If anyone needs me, I’ll be staring at math art basically forever.
From top, L-R: David Reimann’s “1944”, Phil Webster’s “Screened Icosahedron” and “Fractal Star and Flower”, Hongtaek Hwang and Gyungsoo Woo “Stars Over the Alhambra Palace” and Anne and Michael Chupa’s fractal floral wonders.
Leonardo On-Line is the web site of Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, which publishes with the MIT Press: Leonardo, Leonardo Music Journal, Leonardo Electronic Almanac. For over 40 years, Leonardo has focused on artists who work with twentieth and twenty first-century evolving media involving technology and science.