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(Mathematics and arts file) Conclusion

(continuation of the file) Thus ends this fantastic voyage in the heart of the mathematical and artistic universes. Imagine new works with your students!

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THE END OF A TRIP ...
THE BEGINNING OF CREATION!

This concludes your fantastic journey to the heart of the mathematical and artistic universes. We hope that this creative meeting will serve as a source of inspiration for you to imagine new works and guide your students on the path of creation.

THAT YOUR MATHEMATICAL GENIUS
MEET YOUR ARTISTIC GENIUS!

If you want to extend your fascinating exploration, you can check out the following links.

Resources Connections
Mathematical art exhibitions Mathematical Art Galleries
 
2017 exhibition
European Society for the mathematics and the Arts (ESMA)

(institution of cultural creation and dissemination)

ESMA website
 
ESMA Catalog 2013

THANKS

Thank you to two extraordinary artists, Sylvie Donmoyer and Claude La Rivière, who generously accepted that their works appear in this dossier.

Thanks to Andrée-Caroline Boucher, resource person at national service of the RÉCIT des arts, for his artistic advice.

thanks to Celine Gallet, graphic designer, for the aesthetic layout of the section entitled “VERY USEFUL MATHEMATICAL TOOLS”.

Thank you to Geneviève Leblanc, responsible for copyright matters at the Ministry of Education, for her invaluable advice.

NOTE ON COPYRIGHT

Please note that the images used in this document have been verified for copyright. Some come from the public domain. In all cases, the author and the source of the works are indicated unless they were created by the authors of the article.

Where restrictions applied, we requested permission to reproduce from copyright owners. We encourage you to respect copyright in your practice as well.

 


This is a part of a complete dossier.

SUMMARY OF THE FILE

INTRODUCTION

  • The links between mathematics and the visual arts
  • Overview
  • Proposal

MATHEMATICS AS A TOOL TO SUPPORT CREATION

  • Very useful mathematical tools
    • Perspective
    • The lines of composition
    • The proportions and the golden ratio
    • Symmetry and asymmetry
    • Geometric transformations
    • Algorithms and mathematical formulas
    • Ranking strategies
  • Examples of avenues of exploration
    • Storage art

MATHEMATICS AS A SUBJECT OF CREATION

  • Abstract art with a geometric flavor
    • Abstraction: Homage to Kandinsky
    • Abstraction: The circle in all its forms
    • Optical art: Homage to Vasarely
  • Figurative art with a mathematical flavor
    • Mathematical photography

OTHER CREATIVE IDEAS

  • The spreadsheet
  • The story with a mathematical flavor
  • Illustrations using geometric shapes

CONCLUSION

  • The end of a journey… The beginning of creation
  • Thanks
  • Copyright notice

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