Since 2011 I have been collaborating with geometers Professor Alessio Corti and Dr Tom Coates at the Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London.

Mathematicians work with images and forms, although many of these forms are hidden: either because they do not exist in the physical world or because of their physical scale. Coates and Corti are involved in an ambitious project to classify Fano varieties, which are mathematical geometries that form basic building blocks for other mathematical shapes; one can think of this as constructing a Periodic Table of shapes, analogous to Mendeleev’s Periodic Table of chemical elements.

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Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Series of copper etchings exploring 'Fano Varieties' (Mathematical shapes related to string theory)

Collaboration with Mathematicians Alessio Corti and Tom Coates, Imperial College London

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

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Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

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Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

Hidden Geometries

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