Art Culture for The People
Interview With the Mathematical Mime Tim Chartier: Proof that math and performance art add up
Math + Programming = Art: Iñigo Quilez wants you to know just how beautiful math can be
Converting Cynics via Calculated Creativity: Talk With Cindy Lawrence, Executive Director of MoMath
The Art of Sculpting Symbolic Math: Pioneering artist Bathsheba Grossman on art her art then & now
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and the Mad Hidden Mathematical Satire of Dodgson's "Lewis Carroll"
The Calculated Madness of Salvador Dali's Mathematical Life: An analysis
Black Square: Adventures in the Fourth-Dimension With Kazimir Malevich
How A. G. Bell Spent His Summers Hanging Out In Nova Scotia and Flying Kites In the Name of Science
The Mathematical Elements That Comprise the Awesome Satirical Songs of Tom Lehrer
The Maya Created the Most Sophisticated Math System in the World, This Is How It Worked
Cool Nicaraguan Stamps Featuring Ten of the Most Important Math Formulas in History, Issued in 1971
Colorful Math Charts From the 1890s: A visual essay
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Dec 21, 2020
The Artistic Adventure That is "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild"
Wanting to add an extra “wow” factor to the game, creators added a free software update to make it compatible with Toy-Con VR Goggles.
Nov 21, 2020
Event Spotlight: “Katie Commodore: Between Friends and Lovers” solo exhibition at the Untitled Space
“Everyone is my friend and they are allowing me to be a witness to their love, which in turn is then celebrated by everyone that sees it."
Nov 20, 2020
Talent Spotlight: Interview with rap renaissance man Emcee Monte
I think that young people are influenced by today’s music, just like I was as a child. Hip hop is arguably the most influential culture ever
Nov 12, 2020
Event Spotlight: Solo exhibition at Parlor NYC by artist in residence Indira Cesarine
Indira Cesarine—an artist, curator, gallerist at the Untitled Space, and publisher of the Untitled Magazine—is the 1st artist in residence..