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We are still looking at September 1 as the earliest date to get on the presses for our new books, but things are progressing nicely despite society crashing into a heap. Our team can’t gather, and it hurts, but we are Skyping and Zooming and beading and editing and we have a lot to begin sharing. It is difficult for many of us as individual humans… I know that my heart hurts.
To begin the new shares, may I offer two new academic journal articles published by the CGB Team, out now in a Special Issue of the Journal Of Mathematics and the Arts?
The entire issue is online for free through the end of the year (normally it is behind an academic paywall) so please read now, and share the link with anyone you like while it is live. Scroll down just a bit to see the table of contents.
The first article from our team is by Karen Beningfield, and it features this amazing Geometric Capture piece, a Mondrian-inspired neckpiece, shown here in a preview from the upcoming CGB, Volume III.
Photo by Kyle Cassidy, model Trillian Stars
The second article is by me, and the subject is the Möbius Kaleidocycle, shown here in preview pages from the upcoming CGB Pattern Book. Please share these links with anyone you like.
Enjoy articles from Gabrielle Meyer (hyperbolic crochet)and more. Your clicks let the Journal know that their special issue on art is appreciated!