Eurhythmics in the field of artistic research
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The canvas depicts a landscape with islands and bridges referring to a famous mathematical problem posed by Leonhard Eulers, that lead to the development of discrete topology. It is created in the style of a child drawing. Jean Piaget discovered abstract mathematical structures in the spatial thinking of children related to topology. He stated that through drawing each child was creating spatial structures anew. Through the simple figuration, child drawings may according to Piaget be viewed as generators of space conception.
Hanne Pilgrim, Leonhard Horstmeyer
Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien (mdw) External link.
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