The Studio and Gallery 86 Main Street  Kilbirnie  KA25 7AA
07963 348934 Opened first of April 2017

Modern mathematics is extremely difficult to grasp, requiring an ability to think highly abstractly; however, some of these concepts can be realised as diagrams and appreciated aesthetically, without necessarily understanding the mathematics underlying them.
For this exhibition, Adam McLean used some computer programs to create images of mathematical forms from hyperbolic geometry, projections of higher dimensional objects, structures in chaos called strange attractors, tesselations and tilings of the plane and higher dimensional structures, polyhedra, polytopes, knots, weird surfaces as well as the more familiar Mandelbrot set.
This exhibition demonstrates that one does not need to understand mathematics in order to appreciate the beauty found within it.