Mathematics and Art are very closely related. Due their many similarities I consider them as two complementary ways of visualising aspects of the concrete or abstract reality. Mathematics is not just about formulas and logic, but about patterns, symmetry, structure, shape and beauty.
In my process of composition I use different approaches to achieve patterns and symmetries
The objective of my paintings is to integrate the elements of visual composition into a cohesive whole, whose basis is in many of the visualizations a perfect symmetrical totality.
The understanding of the interaction between these elements is important in order to understand that my artwork is born from logic.
Not all the paintings are self-contained, the constructed geometrical forms reach or extend beyond the canvas, forcing the viewer's attention to s specific direction.
This kind of art has a special resonance for scientists and mathematicians, but being visual, is of interest to general spectator. Its patterns invite mathematical analysis, but is not a requirement. It needs only to be seen in the same way music needs only be heard.