There's much debate about inspiring a greater appreciation for mathematics. Art has a key role.
Plosion 1 (Yellow) is the 40th and final piece in the mathematically inspired exhibition that is Conrad Shawcross' Cascading Principles: Expansions within Geometry, Philosophy, and Interference.
Whereas the other 39 works are placed in the public and private areas of the Andrew Wiles Building, home to Oxford Mathematics, Plosion sits outside, between the Andrew Wiles Building and The Radcliffe Humanities Building, appropriate for a work that combines artistic flair with mathematical precision.
Click here for more information about the exhibition which is open to the public and runs until October.
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