Mathematics in Art
Specific theory, structuring systems, and mathematical methods and principles used in works of art from various historical periods and contexts will be explored in relation to Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries. Topics include: linear perspective; shapes, patterns, balance and symmetry; ratio, proportion and harmony; and order, dynamics, and chaos. The course will be one half art and one half mathematics, team-taught by faculty from the School of Art and the Department of Mathematics. This course is also given in the School of Art as FA 1020. This is a terminal course and may not be used as a prerequisite for other Mathematics courses. This course cannot be used as part of an Honours, Major, General or Minor program in the mathematical sciences. Not available to any student already holding a grade of “C” or better in any Mathematics course with the exception of MATH 1010, the former MATH 1190, or MATH 1191. Not to be taken concurrently with any other Mathematics course with the exception of MATH 1010 or MATH 1191. No prerequisite.
Fall 2019 sections
Instructor: Sasho Kalajdzievski, Shaun M. De Rooy CRN: 10400 Lecture Location: 136 Art Lab Dates: September 04 – December 06 Time: 13:00–14:15, Tu.Th.
Instructor: Michelle Davidson, Derek Brueckner CRN: 13078 Lecture Location: 136 Art Lab Dates: September 04 – December 06 Time: 08:30–09:45, Tu.Th.