Saturday, 19 October 2019

crossings




This is only about 3 seconds, so keep pressing play. It shows a cruciform mobius strip. Two intersecting mobius strips. This one orientates itself by having a hole in the base, so I'm not sure how useful it is in the study of topology; without the hole, maybe it has some interest. I have tried to ask a mathematician, but I don't necessarily have le mots juste. The crossing over of languages, the mathematician's and the accidental amateur's is an enjoyable exploration. Having a tangible object helps.

This mobius tells the story of Achilles and the tortoise. The tortoise slips through the hole and defeats Achilles.

Saturday, 2 March 2019

el Greco in motion, work in progress



A painting in motion; a work in progress.

Based on this work by Berlin University professors on Digonfree arrangement minimising the number of triangles in Pseudocircles

Please excuse the poor transitions, a smooth version will be made. Soon.



Sunday, 27 May 2018

marilyn vs the graph isomorphism problem




10 of Marilyn's features have been animated according to the 10 points of a Petersen Graph.

The Graph Isomorphism problem asks whether two graphs are the same graph in disguise when there is a one-to-one correspondence between their nodes... (read the full version of my paraphrasing here). I have applied the same question parameters of the Graph Isomorphism problem to an artwork and animated the 10 elements of Marilyn's face - is this Marilyn the same Marilyn in disguise?


Animation also available in blue...




Monday, 9 April 2018

24 April 2018, if you're in Berlin...

Mathematics and Art. Where Constraints Meet25. April - 30. July 2018

24. April 2018, 15:00 - 17:00

24. April 2018, 18:00 - 21:00






Thursday, 22 March 2018

calendar view of the concurrent words project, 2018



The collection is ongoing. 

Words - seen and hear at the same time.
whenever this happens, I write the word (s) as a diary entry. Each day's entry becomes a google image search. And these are the results for January and February 2018. 







Saturday, 15 July 2017