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Amazing Mathematical Artwork – The Bridges Conference 2011 Gallery

Wow! If you’d like to get absolutely no work done today, you should dive in to the amazing gallery from the 2011 Bridges Conference held at the end of July in Coimbra, Portugal.

The Bridges Conferences, running annually since 1998, brings together practicing mathematicians, scientists, artists, educators, musicians, writers, computer scientists, sculptors, dancers, weavers, and model builders in a lively atmosphere of exchange and mutual encouragement. Important components of these conferences, in addition to formal presentations, are hands-on workshops, gallery displays of visual art, working sessions with artists who are crossing the mathematics-arts boundaries, and musical/theatrical events in the evenings.

Awesome!


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1 Comment

  1. WOW… i had no idea that something like this was going on only 150 miles from home… I should be more aware of this sort of thing…

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