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Course & Subject Guides
Many of these resources examine the subject of geometry and geometric forms in modern and contemporary art.
To find additional resources on this subject use these search terms:
- Fractal art
- Geometry in art
- Mathematics and art
- Mathematics art
- Sacred geometry
- Deborah Aschheim
- Haim Steinbach
- Leonardo Fibonacci
- Ron Eglash
"Numbers and Patterns: A Fibonacci fascination puts a curve in designer's creations"
Gilpin, who grew up in Edmonton, has since discovered that the spiral's volumes conform to the human body's dimensions in a very satisfactory way. The line of clothing she designs in Montreal, dubbed "Re-Gen", is made using the Fibonacci sequence and a flexible template of the spiral as a guide. The results are garments with curving, elegant seams and proportions. This book can be requested via Interlibrary Loan.
Conservatives Do Not Like Artist's Pornographic Mandalas, No One Is Surprised
Artist Rosalie H Maheux "Sacred Circles" series, a collection of kaleidoscopic mandalas that, upon closer examination, are made from chopped up pornographic images.
Louise Bourgeois in Conversation
In this brief yet poignant conversation, granted in February of 2009, Bourgeois shares insights on being an artist, on longevity and on life's purpose. A rarely stated spiritual perspective emerges, revealing a more positive portrait of Bourgeois than has commonly been perceived.