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M. C. Escher Circle Limit IV

In order to demonstrate hyperbolic geometry, the French mathematician Jules Henri Poincare used a model in which the whole of an infinite flat plane was shown as being within a large finite circle. 99 more words


The Magic Mirror M. C. Escher

Imaginary worlds, impossible stairways, paradoxical hallways, enigmatic patterns, and mind-boggling graphics are the trademarks of Maurits Cornelius Escher (1898-1972). Long before the first computer-generated 3-D images were thrilling the public, Escher was a master of the third dimension.

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radio suisse romande | rts | Rencontre avec Bogdan Draganski, un spécialiste de l'imagerie cérébrale | 08.06.2018

Directeur du Laboratoire de recherche en neuro-imagerie du Centre hospitalier universitaire vaudois (CHUV). Lauréat du Prix scientifique 2018 de la fondation Leenaards.

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Youri Messen-jaschin

KINETIC ART - #MondayMovement

“Kinetic”, like every difficult word, comes from the ancient Greek kìnesis, movement. It won’t be a surprise, then, if this art is totally concentrated on movement. 983 more words


Bridget Riley

b. 1931

Bridget Riley creates massive, brightly hued abstract canvases with overwhelming colors and patterns.  Riley was born in London and studied at London’s Royal College of Art and has studios in London, Cornwall, and Vaucluse France.  271 more words