mathematics and art
Maths and literature: there are more connections than you think and they'll enhance your pleasure of both. Find out more with the fabulous Sarah Hart in our latest podcast!
The golden ratio has many amazing properties. But is it really a secret of nature and the epitome of beauty?
Are you bored with 1 to 12? Then have a look at these mathematical clock faces!
Furniture designer Charles Trevelyan talks about the importance of maths in designing structures that are not only beautiful but also strong.
The 19th century experienced a geometrical revolution. Find out how the new geometries that were discovered shaped philosophy, science, culture and art.
This article explores how Euclid's ancient geometry interacts with all aspects of human thought and life.
Given there's a finite number of notes on a scale, can we still find a brand new melody? Perhaps they've all been written already!
Interalia is a show by Turner Prize winning artist Grenville Davey and theoretical physicist David Berman.
Saul Schleimer and Henry Segerman show off some of their beautiful 3D printed mathematical structures.
Mathematics and theatre are both imagined things that need to be consistent. So what better way to explore mathematical ideas than through theatre? We talk to Marcus du Sautoy, Victoria Gould and Dermot Keany about their new show, X&Y.
Why are drug induced hallucinations so compelling that they apparently provided much of the inspiration for early forms of abstract art? Researchers suggest that the answer hinges on an interplay between the mathematics of pattern formation and a mechanism that generates a sense of value and meaning.
Alan Turing was a mathematician and WWII code breaker who was convicted of homosexuality in the 1950s, chemically castrated as a result, died young in mysterious circumstances and still hasn't received all the recognition
he deserves. His life clearly makes great material for a play — but a musical? We talk to the directors and lead actor of The Universal Machine.