By Tom Johnson,Franck Jedrzejewski
Galileo Galilei stated he was once “reading the ebook of nature” as he saw pendulums swinging, yet he may additionally easily have attempted to attract the numbers themselves as they fall into networks of diversifications or shape loops that synchronize at varied speeds, or connect themselves to balls passing out and in of the palms of excellent jugglers. Numbers are, in any case, part of nature. As such, and brooding about them is a fashion of figuring out our courting to nature. but if we achieve this in a technical, expert method, we have a tendency to fail to remember their simple attributes, the issues we will be able to comprehend by means of easily “looking at numbers.”
Tom Johnson is a composer who makes use of good judgment and mathematical versions, resembling combinatorics of numbers, in his track. The styles he unearths whereas “looking at numbers” is usually explored in drawings. This booklet makes a speciality of such drawings, their attractiveness and their mathematical that means. The accompanying reviews have been written in collaboration with the mathematician Franck Jedrzejewski.
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Looking at Numbers by Tom Johnson,Franck Jedrzejewski