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Connecting art & algebra
Ideas from many branches of mathematics have been used by artists and critics to create or analyse works of art. They have been used to influence the content, the colours, the composition and the temporal structure of works.

These applications have ranged from productive to downright silly, and this lecture will include examples of both kinds.

Dr Tim Brook is a practising artist and a lapsed mathematician. He specialises in the animation of still images using long slow dissolves, blending slides one after another to produce a sequence of slowly changing images. He describes a slide-tape work as an invitation to make connections—an audience is invited to observe not things but relationships between things. As such, meaning appears in the space between the images.

Date: Thursday 23 May 2019
Time: 5.30–6.30pm
Venue: Hanna Neumann Building #145
Thursday, 23 May 2019 at 5:30 PM
Attendee: 1 Complimentary

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