This exhibit features tessellations that explore the interplay of art, nature, culture, shape, perspective, and math in our everyday lives. Created using the software Tess and KnotPlot, these tessellations show symmetries of hyperbolic, negatively curved space and convey the beauty and subtlety of mathematical concepts that we encounter in our daily activities.
Learn more about Radmila's work at go.ncsu.edu/rsazdan
This display is part of the Immersive Scholar project. Learn more about Immersive Scholar at immersivescholar.org