Making Visual Mathematics Visual
Visual Mathematics (VM) is a FREE online journal published by the Mathematical Institute in Belgrade. Its Editor is Slavik Jablan. Sounds cutanddried, right...
Consistent with the goals of the International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry (ISISSymmetry), Visual Mathematics provides a forum for dialogue between artists and scientist. It publishes original works such as mathematical research papers with new results, artistic papers with new visual information, mathematicseducation papers with new methods, mathematicalhistoric papers with new interpretations, and survey papers with new approaches.
Overall, the main goal of Virtual Mathematics is to "show the BEAUTY OF MATHEMATICS in a broad artisticscientific context...[plus] correct the negative tendency that led to the unpopularity of mathematics in school and the lack of public understanding of this field." Noteworthy!
Browse through:
 The 11+ years of journal articles that are available...many of which will "wow" you!
 Links to articles, exhibition brochures, etc. that focus on the fascinating world that occurs when art and mathematics interact
 Information about past and future conferences that focus on visual mathematics
The first suggested browse will take the longest, while the second suggested browse includes the most mindjarring information.
