Carole McGloughlin Speer
'Golden Spirals' explores the relationship between mathematics and nature. Much of the natural phenomena that are assumed to be completely random can in fact be explained through mathematics. Consequently, the natural world may be viewed through a different set of eyes. Philosophically, the truth of mathematics is a certainty; it is one discipline where results can be proven. It also has great beauty and elegance. Traditionally, photography is a discipline where capturing beauty is the primary goal but which also captures truth. Thus, it is logical to combine these two disciplines. The focus of this project is to capture aspects of nature which best demonstrate the extraordinary prevalence of Fibonacci mathematics in the natural world.
Tom Beary • Caroline Brady • Camila Brandao • Devi Anna Chacon • Marta Czajkowska • Diego Fabro • Anthony Griffin • Cris Llarena • Carole McGloughlin Speer • Peter Staniszewski • Ruth Williams •