Mathematics is the universal language of purity, untouched by irrationalities and by nature, proven to be an effective way of visual communication. Since I was in elementary school, mathematics came naturally, especially geometry. I became intrigued with my surroundings and the mathematics behind it. A book on Leonardo Fibonacci happened to fall in my hands at eight years of age, which is when I began to notice the logarithmic spiral sequence throughout the design within nature.Ã‚Â Since a very young age, I started having reflections on questions beyond my age; What is the reason for our existence? What is our purpose? My pursuit for this knowledge began at the age of six. I was sitting in the back of the car, and I started having anxiety over the idea that I as a human, exist. I found it such a surreal epiphany that I began smashing my head against the glass. Before attending New York University for Urban Design and Art History, I was a mathematics (trigonometry, calculus and multivariable calc) tutor at Sylvan Learning Center for the duration of high school. I am currently pursing my Bachelors in Architecture with Academy of Art University as an online student.
Art, Architecture, Sacred Geometry, Galleries, Golden Section, Mies van der Rohe, Mathematics, Leonardo da Vinci, Pythagoras, Bjarke Ingles, Beethoven, Leonardo Fibonnaci, Frank Stella
The origin of matter and its organic form can be explained through vibratory frequencies found in wave lengths. Geometry is the study of spatial order through the measure and relationship of forms. In a way, the transformation from these vibratory frequencies to our sensory perception can be thought of the mind acting as the catalyst, transforming the abstract, pure and geometric forms of the immaterial world to its final level of manifested form.
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