Drawing and Mathematics
Geometry, Reasoning, and Form
In this paper we consider various ways that drawing occurs in mathematics. We describe, and give examples of, drawing-based mathematical proof: in this context drawing is a language for communicating mathematical reasoning. We then describe our artistic collaboration, where drawing functions both as a language for interdisciplinary communication, essential to the formative process, and as the artwork itself.
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