Friday, January 30, 2009
From a new series. Not quite as interesting as the Ulam spiral.
I've been intending to consolidate a list of Portland, Oregon artists that use some math in their work, and artists with a technical background. These are not geek artists. They are primarily interested in art and may be more or less inspired by math or technology.
I include Michael Knutson (paintings based on quasiregular rhombic tiling), Arcy Douglas (Sierpinski triangle fractals built with hexagonal tiles), Eva Lake (for her interest in the Richter Scale), and Julian Voss-Andreae (sculpture based on molecular structure, etc.). Also Stephan Soihl, and Martha Morgan (for "The Golden Ratio in Tryon Creek State Park"). More to come.