SPACES IN SPACES OF SPACES

Work by the Mathematics Outreach Design Lab

May 2 - June 2, 2018

Opening: May 2, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

At Lamar Dodd N231 (The C-U-B-E Gallery)

Supported by Department of Mathematics

Thinking of a collection of possibilities as a "space" implies a geometric and visual way of thinking about that collection, an implicit analogy between that collection of possibilities and the physical space in which we live and move. Our ordinary 3-dimensional space is really the space of possible locations of physical objects, but we can think about spaces of colors, spaces of sounds, even spaces of spaces! This show explores a small sample of such ideas, centered around surfaces inside four-dimensional spaces.

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Participants:

Turner Buckley, Branson Byers, Daniel Easley,

Savannah Holbrook, Emily Husfeld, Derek Huynh,

Annie Lian, Jimmy Lin, C. Rett McBride, Christian Pierson,

Hannah Schriever, Emily Simmons Erin Smith,

Gloriana Thomas, Connor Trotter, João Vidal

Coordinators:

David Gay, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics

Moon Jang, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design