The Everyday Maths

[Reading] ➰ The Everyday Maths  ➸ Liat Berdugo – Johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 50 pages
  • The Everyday Maths
  • Liat Berdugo
  • English
  • 24 August 2017
  • 9781939781031

About the Author: Liat Berdugo

Liat Berdugo is an American artist and writer whose work focuses 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 Her work has been exhibited in galleries and festivals internationally, including the Urban Art and Media Organization in Munich, the Athens Video Art Festival, the Bost


The Everyday Maths Liat Is A Master Of The Non Sequitur, Knowing Just How To Put Two Completely Unconnected Statements Together In A Way That Reveals Their Complete Affinity Inventive, Humorous, And Very, Very Smart, This Is A Book Truly Like No Other And A Sheer Delight Cole SwensenLiat Berdugo, Mathematician And Artist, Collects And Reinterprets Mathematical Diagrams Funny, Dark, Surprising, And Revelatory, This Book Shows Us What We Often Overlook That Meaning Is Everywhere What We Make Of It Her Making Is A Delight.

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12 thoughts on “The Everyday Maths

  1. Lee says:

    Wife got this and two year old wound up paging through it so I grabbed it and read it to her and really liked it Every page is a headline, a descriptive line, a simple line drawing, and a brief figure legend, all of them elusively, associatively, and often comically related I suppose this is poetry but its use of images and a se...

  2. Anittah says:

    Lovely concept but felt superficial and I prefer thoughtful and nuanced shiz Felt like the author s intelligence and wit was being wasted on jazz hands If you re going to drop some m bius topological innertubes why not parallel path some insights that are psychologically as complex and advanced as the corresponding maths I would like to see how this author w...

  3. Rachel says:

    Love this book Everything is perfectly intertwined and balanced image with text, math with literature, left brain with right brain.

  4. Erica says:

    I can t say enough how much I love this book I ve read and re read it dozens of times, and each time I m newly surprised by its wit, it s sheer joy in the world.