art, mathematics, mathematical visualization
Mathematics and art provide powerful lenses to perceive and understand the world, part of an ancient tradition whether it starts in the South Pacific with tapa cloth and wave maps for navigation or in Iceland with knitting patterns and sunstones. Edmund Harriss, an artist and assistant clinical professor of mathematics in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, explores these connections in his Honors College Mic lecture.
Harriss, E. (2020). Perceiving Mathematics and Art. Mic Lectures. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/hnrcmic/1
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