Sculptor Bathsheba Grossman creates metal and crystal artworks of forms found in math, physics, biology, and astronomy. Grossman shows us Borromean rings, hypercubes, gyroids, fractals, Calabi-Yau spaces, and interlaced sculptures based on the five Platonic solids. I particularly like this Voronoi network wrapped onto a Möbius toroid, sculpted in white glass:
Grossman created this beautiful lamp from one of her Ora series sculptures. Available in several lamp styles from Materialise:
Creating visual representations of math concepts became easier with computer rendering software and digital video capabilities. That doesn’t mean it's simple, though. Homporgo, the artist who created this video of a Mandelbox zoom said, "...at the end part a single frame took 18 minutes to render, and the whole 1:27 minute video needed 12 days nonstop rendering. I felt that's more than enough at the time."