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Art+Math=X conference

Just came across a beautiful gallery for a conference that's happening right now, the 'Art+Math=X' conference. Participants include Bogdan Soban, Robert Krawczyk, Anne Burns and LunYi Tsai. I believe the piece by Lim Jung Hoon in particular will make Kristin's mouth water :)

From the conference site:
The conference "Art and Math= X," June 2-5, 2005, at the University of Colorado in Boulder encompasses a broad range of fields as they relate to art, mathematics and/or computer technology, including the exploration of the following themes: visualization and computer generated art, pattern and symmetry, geometry in quilting and artistic handicrafts, mathematics of knots and other 3-D objects. Conference participants will share information and discuss common interests, allowing new ideas and partnerships to emerge that can enrich interdisciplinary research and education.

Comments

Wow! That looks like an amazing conference. I hope that they hold it again.

Edwin, you're right about that cell piece. Very cool stuff!