Strange Attractors: Mathematics and Art


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Mathematics and art have a centuries long symbiosis. Chaos theory and modern computers have enabled the discovery of beautiful new mathematical forms called ‘strange attractors’; fabulously intricate images arising from simple rules.


 


Mathematics and art have a centuries long symbiosis, both in the study of aesthetics, and the mathematical construction of visual art. Since the 1980s, chaos theory and modern computers have enabled the discovery of beautiful new mathematical forms called ‘strange attractors’; fabulously intricate images arising from simple rules.
My work develops and explores new strange attractors, demonstrating the emergence of highly ordered yet chaotic structures reflecting the natural processes that form our weather systems and coastlines.
With George Savva
Doors and bar open at 6.30pm. Event from 7.00pm to 9.00pm
Advance ticket price £5

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