Reimann's art wins award
April 6, 2022
David Reimann's piece Septenary Circles won The American Mathematical Society's "Best photograph, painting, or print" JMM Mathematical Art Exhibition Award, given "for aesthetically pleasing works that combine mathematics and art". The award was established in 2008 through an endowment provided to the American Mathematical Society by an anonymous donor who wishes to acknowledge those whose works demonstrate the beauty and elegance of mathematics expressed in a visual art form. See the works in the 2022 Joint Mathematics Meetings Gallery.
Reimann exhibits artwork at the 2022 Joint Mathematics Meetings
David Reimann's artworks Septenary Circles and Binomial Bits were part of the juried Mathematical Art Exhibition at the 2022 Joint Mathematics Meetings held virtually 6–9 April 2022.
Reimann leads activities at the NYC Math Festival
August 14, 2021
David Reimann led the construction of several large geometric objects at the recent 2021 NYC Math Festival, a live event of the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) on August 14, 2021.
Reimann speaks at MAA MathFest
August 5, 2021
David Reimann gave a talk Art from Langford Sequences at the annual MathFest, an event of the The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) on August 5, 2021. This year the event was held on-line. See the page Septenary Circles to see several recent artworks related to Langford sequences.
Reimann speaks at the Bridges Conference
August 3, 2021
David Reimann's gave a talk
Reimann exhibits artwork at the Bridges Conference
August 2, 2021
David Reimann's artwork Seeds of Lifelines was part of the juried Mathematical Art Exhibition at the Bridges Conference held virtually 2–3 August 2021. The piece is a digital print that is part of a series exploring the human condition, created from random sampling of US mortality data from the year 2007.
Reimann speaks at the NYC Math Festival
July 17, 2021
David Reimann gave a talk
Reimann exhibits artwork
January 9, 2021
David Reimann had two pieces of artwork included in the juried Mathematical Art Exhibition at the Joint Mathematics Meetings held virtually 6–9 January 2021. The pieces, Fabric of Lifelines and Sea of Lifelines, are digital prints that are part of a series exploring the human condition, created from random sampling of US mortality data from the year 2007.