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Art and mathematics

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edited July 2014 in Art
This one is for @Poesey
Artists use math to create works of art to rival gallery masterpieces.
Mathematicians enthralled with unending fractals and flux patterns have been known to call math beautiful — but, increasingly, they aren't the only ones. For many artists, calculations and numerical analyses provide a rich source of ideas and methods for their creations
http://discovermagazine.com/MathArt#.UysAZD-uTTo

http://discovermagazine.com/2014/april/11-visions-of-math

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