Poetry. Art. California Interest. Jewish Studies. Women's Studies. Visual Poetry. Focusing on the strange, delightful, and increasingly ambiguous terrain between the digital and the analog, the online and the offline, and the scientific and the literary, the innovative work of this mathematician-turned-artist collects and reinterprets mathematical diagrams and explains them with poetry, expanding their meanings for everyday application. With humor, darkness, surprise, and revelation, the book shows what is often overlooked: that meaning is everywhere what we make of it.
Liat Berdugo is an artist, writer, and curator based in Oakland, CA. Her work strives to create an expanded, thoughtful consideration for digital culture. Berdugo's work has been exhibited in galleries and festivals internationally, and her new book, THE EVERYDAY MATHS, was published by Anomalous Press in 2013. She curates video art for Print Screen, Israel's international festival of digital art, co-founded the Bay Area's Living Room Light Exchange, and collaborates widely with individuals and archives. Berdugo holds a BA in mathematics and philosophy from Brown University and an MFA in digital + media art from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is currently an assistant professor of Art and Architecture at the University of San Francisco.
Author City: OAKLAND, CA USA