More than 150 artists participated in the Bridges Baltimore 2015 conference’s mathematical art exhibition, says organizer and faculty coordinator Sujan Shrestha, assistant professor in UB’s Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences. Conference-goers wandered through the John and Frances Angelos Law Center to explore numerous works of 2-D and 3-D mathematical art that ranged from geometrical sculptures to textiles to computer graphics.
Browse the gallery of images below to view a selection of included works.
center: Tri-Infinite Loop (3-D printed plastic, glycerin, gelatin, lacquer; 2014) by David Bachman, professor of mathematics, Pitzer College; all photography: JJ Chrystal
RAM-8 Connection III (3-D mixed media, 2015) by the RAM-8 Groep: Anusch Bayens, Carlo De Pauw, Carmen Geens, Mark Pieters, André Thomas, Alex Van Bogaert, Samuel Verbiese and Nico Willemsens
The Inward Turn (acrylic on Dibond aluminum panel, 2013) by Andrew Werth, artist
Crown Truncated Icosahedron, Hellebore, San Diego Jacket, Subdivided Jacket
foreground: Crown Truncated Icosahedron (wood, 2014) by Albert P. Carpenter, artist; background, l. to r.: Hellebore (acid dye on silk, 2012), San Diego Jacket (acid dye on silk, 2015) and Subdivided Jacket (acid dye on silk, 2014), all by Anna Chupa, associate professor, Department of Art, Architecture and Design, Lehigh University, and Michael Chupa
Pair of Raceway Ovals in Copper and Black
Pair of Raceway Ovals in Copper and Black (laminated wood and Lurex thread, 2015) by David H. Press, artist and retired teacher, mathematics department, Blind Brook Middle/High School