Algorythmythica, bronze bas reliefs, Greek and Roman myths, opera art, mathematical art, David Parsons Algorythmythica, bronze bas reliefs, Greek and Roman myths, opera art, mathematical art, David Parsons Algorythmythica, bronze bas reliefs, Greek and Roman myths, opera art, mathematical art, David Parsons
Algorythmythica, bronze bas reliefs, Greek and Roman myths, opera art, mathematical art, David Parsons

Algorythmythica is a series of twelve bronze bas reliefs depicting classical Greek and Roman myths, in which great mathematicians take the roles of heros and heroines, such as Alan Turing as Paris, Karl Frederick Gauss as Vulcan, or Sophie Germain as Juno, all composed in an opera format of acts and scenes. Synopsis of the myths and mathematicians appear with each scene.

Algorythmythica is an image opera in four acts, in which mathematicians are cast in mythic poses, by David James Parsons. Visit the box office for purchase information.

Algorythmythica, bronze bas reliefs, Greek and Roman myths, opera art, mathematical art, David Parsons

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