Sacred Geometry – photos from Iran taken by Massimo Rumi
Humans interact with space; shapes define space; humans then interact differently with the space after new objects have entered the picture.
In the case of the dancer in the video, her movements are tracked by a machine that then bends an industrial CNC pipe to mimic her. The objects are then placed around the room, thereby affecting her future choreography.
This highlights the relationship between architecture and choreography. According to the lab, which has a new program dedicated to the study between these two seemingly different art forms, analyzing this relationship can give people in both fields new insights and inspiration.
“Reciprocal exchanges of language to discuss the body and its geometry have been assimilated, often altering the meanings of these terms and offering designers and artists new insights into the creative process,” the paper, set to be presented at the Architecture InPlay Conference in Lisbon in July, stated.”
The Essay, Radio 3. Marcus du Sautoy on Maths and Architecture.
Professor Keith Devlin dives into the topics of the golden ratio and Fibonacci numbers.
Originally presented in the Stanford Continuing Studies Program.
“The elliptic hyperboloid is a beautiful quadratic surface that is “doubly ruled,” meaning that the surface, although curved, contains two straight lines through each point…Here it is applied to the design of a walk-through archway in the teaching garden at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.”