Time: 6:30 pm
Location: National Museum of Mathematics (11 E. 26th St., Manhattan)Price: $15 in advance
MoMath favorite John Edmark returns to share the fascinating story of how ten years of experimenting with logarithmic spirals and the golden ratio eventually led to a number of surprising discoveries and magical artworks, including the invention of Blooms, the amazing, strobe-animated sculptures that are the latest addition to MoMath’s exhibit collection. Join us for the debut of three new Blooms, one custom-designed for MoMath, and to hear John’s brilliant and entertaining story of mathematical exploration and discovery.
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