Venn Pirouettes, the Art of Michael Schultheis
Michael Schultheis paints and sculpts using math equations as models for stories about human relationships: limaçon curves that have interior and exterior loops are used to represent a person's interior and exterior, while Venn diagrams demonstrate the way in which humans overlap in their relationships with one another.
Venue: National Museum of Mathematics
11 E 26th St
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