The intersection of math and art has captured the interest of countless people throughout history. Leonardo da Vinci, for instance, gave the world his drawing Vitruvian Man (this is far from the only example of his). The work demonstrates his expertise on human anatomy, fascination with squaring the circle and unparalleled artistic ability. In modern times, people as diverse as artists, scientists, musicians and engineers have more ways than ever to collaborate and discover the connections between their interests.
The blog here at math+art celebrates the historical and modern stories as well as contributes original ideas from the intersection of the fields. With modern technology, mathematical concepts spring to life on the digital screen.
Take as an example the interactive vector field at the top of this page (try interacting with it!). This is the way in which math+art approaches our content — with an emphasis on using any and all the tools at our disposal to present ideas from math, art, music, science and more. If you want to stay up to date with the blog, consider subscribing to our newsletter.
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