Aldo Spizzichino exhibition at the HLF 2017

Parallel to the Heidelberg Laureate Forum, the Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation organizes an exhibition related to mathematics or computer science, as part of the accompanying program of the HLF. In 2019 it was the mathematics of music, in 2018 it was the turn of women in Mathematics. While we wait to know what the exhibition will be in the next edition of the HLF in September 2020, we review the exhibition hosted in the 5th HLF that took place in September 2017, with the work of Italian physicist Aldo Spizzichino on computer-generated art.

For more about Aldo Spizzichino’s work, visit his website,.

Constanza Rojas-Molina

is a mathematician and illustrator (under the pseudonym E. A. Casanova). She is currently a Lecturer at the CY Cergy Paris Universite, working in mathematical physics, at the interface of analysis and probability. She's responsible for the blog "The RAGE of the Blackboard", where she interviews female scientists and writes about life in academia. She's interested in comics, illustration, graphic recording and visual note-taking, and in applying all this in science communication. You can follow her on Twitter: @coni777

3 comments

  1. Sorry, I don’t agree.
    Mathematic is complete different to art.
    A fractal has no emotions. It’s completely artificial.
    Only a computer is falling in love with a fractal.

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