JMU Exhibit To Explore Intersection Of Math, Art

‘Golden Rectangle’ Display Opens Feb. 5

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Posted: January 31, 2013

James Madison University’s exhibit, “Outside the Golden Rectangle,” will explore the relationship between math and art, which can be observed in a flower’s petal pattern. (Photo by Aimee George / DN-R Features)
The exhibit, located in Roop Hall, Room 208, will run through March 29. (Photo by Aimee George / DN-R Features)
Origamist Robert Lang can create an intricately detailed chameleon, with careful folds for its eyes, horns, a neck frill, curled tail, legs and feet — all with one sheet of uncut, square paper.
 


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