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In this course, we explore the many places where the fields of art and mathematics overlap. We will expose students to a wide range of art, covering a long historical period and a great variety of styles. Topics may include: sculpture in ancient Greece, use of proportion in art, perspective, perspective machines and cameras, golden section, knots, and symmetry, Twentieth-century geometric art, chaos, and fractals. The slide lecture format will be varied by demonstrations, hands-on class projects, guest lecturers, films, videos, computer graphics, and perhaps a field trip.
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