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Art is the name of the totality of all things which are produced by men and which are not unique and totally defined by a function. Like mathematics art doesn’t invalidate preceded works. And it is known that esthetic aspects play an important role in searching intuitively for a proof. ). Still two characteristics absolutely don’t apply to mathematics: – All that is or was respected as art is dependent from the standards that are valid in one epoch. – Art has not to proof its correctness. Links Between Mathematics and Arts 24 Historical and Contemporary Links The connection between mathematics and arts is not new at all.

The American artist Sol Le Witt for instance superposes a spatial grid with a finite number of grid points over a cube. By methods of combinatorics he chooses a set of points of them and the shapes between them form an incomplete cube. There are a lot of different sculptures possible, but nevertheless their number is finite. The German artist Bernhard Sandfort superposed four orthogonal nets of four different colours in his artwork. This artwork consists of sixteen little squares, 32 Fig. 8. Sandfort Mathematics in Contemporary Arts – Finite and Infinity Fig.

1. See also D. Schattschneider, “The Fascination of Tiling”, in M. ), The Visual Mind (Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 1993) pp. 157–164. [14] Gombrich [3] p. 9. [15] K. Williams, “Environmental Patterns: Paving Designs by Tess Jaray”, in Nexus Network Journal 2 (2000): 87–92, pp. 88–89. [16] T. Jaray, personal correspondence. [17] T. Jaray, “The Expressive Power of Brickwork”, in Architects Journal 6 (November 1997) pp. 6–7. [18] C. Alexander, 1977. A Pattern Language (New York: Oxford University Press, 1977) p.

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