Owing to a spotty connection, the sound quality is a bit patchy on this one. Apologies.
In this month’s installment, we are joined by Belinda Keir. We discuss:
Because it’s fun. Because it’s pretty. Because it fills you with wonder. Because “doing” maths can be different from “using” maths in the same way as reading (or writing) literature is different from filling in a job application form.
— Robert Low (@RobJLow) May 26, 2018
Alright, folks, here we go: Cortex Craftworks is open for business.https://t.co/nhvgEeGieE
I’m selling several kits of the combinatoric tiles I’ve been working on recently — triangles, squares, pentagons, hexagons, and a sampler pack — in several material types. pic.twitter.com/MNrOVdLyfL
— Josh Millard (@joshmillard) June 6, 2018
My friend saw this hand-pieced 3D hyperboloid quilt at a quilt show & I am completely losing my mind over this thing. pic.twitter.com/0iZazKzSOk
— satanic vers (@patron_sailor) May 19, 2018
* Edited 2018-06-13 to correct spelling of superenalotto (thanks to Adam.)