Friday, July 14, 2006

Centered in London



My piece “Centered” was accepted in the Bridges Exhibit of Mathematical Art.

There is a lot of very interesting Mathematical Art in the Show Check out the other Art at the following link.

6 comments:

Candy Minx said...

Fantastic, congratulations Kaz!!!

I am really very pleased for you and I hope they send you a photo of it's display area. That would be cool to see.

Hope this greeting finds you well and happy,
Cheers,
Candy

Kaz Maslanka said...

Thanks Candy!

Kaz

Candy Minx said...

You're welcome. Been away for a bit and just enjoying coming by for a visit. Very tranquil at times. In fact the images of the previous post are hypnotic. Have you ever come across a mathematical inspired poem or made one that is abrasive or abrupt?

Kaz Maslanka said...

Thanks again for your thoughts ... The one poem that comes to my mind that has an abrupt ending is "Notre Demon" I have not posted it here but it is on my website under mathematical poems. I guess I will have to post it here someday. Thanks for the feedback I appreciated it.

Cheers,
I hope all is good in Canada
k

Candy Minx said...

Things are well. thank you. We are having an outrageous heatwave in Canada, but I understand it is around the world too. I posted a little double item today you may find interesting as a source from Hawking and a blog about the Rig Veda.

Hey...how about a mathematical poem about non-violent conflict resolution? I know you got it in ya!

Just saying hi!

Candy
http://gnosticminx.blogspot.com/

Kaz Maslanka said...

Very interesting post Candy … whenever I see the precession of the equinox mentioned I always think about the wonderful song by the fifth dimension – toasting that it is the dawning of the age of Aquarius … the only problem is that the age of Aquarius doesn’t start till 2590 … well I guess it is a long dawn. http://www.kazmaslanka.com/just_zodiac.html

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