This project explores how quotidian occurrences are seen through the eyes of a mathematician and vice versa. It targets to understand where mathematical concepts like circles, equations and equivalences collide with our daily experience and what the consequences of this are. The investigation focus on artistic usages in literature, film and artwork, and it conducts experiments to understand, where and how those two worlds are interlinked. The artefacts are a vinyl record and renderings of a (post pandemic) installation which apply the concept of equations and subtraction of sound to make it accessible to the human senses.
Author: Suntka Rinke
Mentors: Dr. Björn Franke & Max Rheiner
*Nominated for the Förderpreis