Oxford Mathematics Online Exhibition 2020

Oxford Mathematics Online Exhibition 2020

Alongside the mathematics, the Andrew Wiles Building, home to Oxford Mathematics, has always been a venue for art, whether on canvas, sculpture, photography or even embedded in the maths itself.

However, lockdown has proved especially challenging for the creative arts with venues shut. Many have turned to online exhibitions and we felt that not only should we do the same but by so doing we could stress the connection between art and science and how both are descriptions of our world.

Prize winners

Amy Kent - Bach Violin

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Beth Thomas - Crochet Hexagons

Rachel Laing - Origami Polyhedron

Victor Lisinski - Singing Bowls

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Monica-Maria Minea - Drawings

Maximilian Cairney-Leeming - 3D printed Sierpinski

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Rosemary Williamson - Sierpinski Sphere

Michael Negus - Origami Polyhedra

Andrew Krause - Patterns and Chaos on a Cat

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Jonathan Mason - Variant Pythagoras

Leon Galli - Mandala

Nadja Vohradsky - Sliceforms

Vendy Fialkova - Owl Drawings

Mareli Grady - Islamic Geometry

Commended entries

Anna Knight - Knitted Klein Bottle Hat

Chris Uren & Tom Crawford - Tattoos

Chris Uren & Tom Crawford - Tattoos

 

These photos, taken by Christopher Uren, show a selection of the mathematical tattoos of Tom Crawford. 

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Maximilian Purewal - Origami Frogs

Maximilian Purewal - Origami Frogs

Two tree frogs folded from uncut squares.

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Mareli Grady and 3-year-old

Cameron Lee - Polyhedra on Tote Bag

Kevin Xin - Earth Orbit

Renaud Lambiotte - Quadrilaterals with a 7-year-old

Iolo Jones - Candle Holders

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