Compounding Visions Catalog

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The National Museum of Mathematics was delighted to present the world premiere of Compounding Visions: an exhibit by Trevor and Ryan Oakes. In Compounding Visions, twins Ryan and Trevor Oakes demonstrated their method for creating spherically concave drawings — a technique that has been described as one of the most original breakthroughs in the rendering of visual space since the Renaissance. The artists spent four weeks creating a new concave drawing of the Flatiron Building from a vantage in Madison Square Park, using their custom curved metal easel and referencing Edward Steichen’s haunting iconic 1904 photograph of that then-freshly-built NYC landmark. This is a catalog of their exhibit.
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