April 15, 2002

You Are Here: public art inspired by algebraic topology.

The algebraic topology of Brouwer's fixed point theorem is profound. The artists' explanation of the theorem isn't so inspired, but they're artists not mathematicians. The art is inspired. You are here. No, that's not right. I'm here, you're there...


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