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Books:
- Images du virtuel (Addison Wesley, 02/1994).
- LE BUG DE L'AN 2000 (Flammarion, 03/1999).
- À quoi servent les Mathématiques? (rue des écoles, 02/2016).
Some exhibitions:
- The gigantic Lorenz attractor at La Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie in Paris, 2000-2001.
- An exhibition at La Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie in Paris, 2001
- Le Paris du Futur exhibition at La Galerie de l'ADAC in Paris, 2002.
- An exhibition at Le Centre Culturel René Cassin in Dourdan, 2002
- An exhibition with Denis Fadier at UNESCO in Paris, 2002.
- An exhibition at the ENST Bretagne in Brest, 2003.
- An exhibition at the Ecole Polytechnique, 2004.
- The eightyth birthday of Benoît Mandelbrot, 2004.
- 2005 World Year of Physics at the Ecole Polytechnique, 2005.
- The Auguste Detœuf Room at the Ecole Polytechnique, 2005.
- The "Math En Rue" festival, Bruxelles City Hall, 2009.
- The exhibition at the Atelier Z (Fondation Peugeot), 2009.
- An exhibition with Patrice Jeener at the Ecole Polytechnique, 2010.
- The tribute to Benoît Mandelbrot, 2011.
- An exhibition at the Ecole Polytechnique, 2013.
- An exhibition at La Nuit des Chercheurs 2013 at the Ecole Polytechnique, 2013.
- An exhibition with Patrice Jeener at the Ecole Polytechnique, 2015.
- An exhibition at the Lycée Louis le Grand, 2015.
- An exhibition at the Ecole Polytechnique during la Fête de la Science, 10/2015.
- An exhibition at the 'Centre Culturel Français' and at the 'lycée Galatasaray' in Istanbul, 03/2018.
- An exhibition at 'la Mairie du cinquième arrondissement de Paris', 03/2018.
- An exhibition "Tribute to Artists and Scientists" at the Ecole Polytechnique during la Fête de la Science, 10/2018.
- The Conference Room of the CMAP at the Ecole Polytechnique.
- The Assembly Room of the CMAP at the Ecole Polytechnique.
- An exhibition at UNESCO, Paris, 11/2018.
- An exhibition "In the Style of" at the Ecole Polytechnique during la Fête de la Science, 10/2019.
- An exhibition at the Massy Opara, 12/12/2019-25/01/2020.
- An exhibition at 'la Mairie du cinquième arrondissement de Paris', 29/01/2020-07/02/2020.
- An exhibition at IHES, Bures-sur-Yvette, 02/17/2022.
- A Gift of six Works of Art to the Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP), Paris, 01/10/2024.
- 2837 different people were visiting this site on 09/28/2004.
- See A Virtual Space-Time Travel Machine in the 1997 March-April
issue of IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
(About the Cover, The Art of Science, page 4-5, Volume 17, Number 2).
- See the picture on the cover of 1998 issues of
The Visual Computer.
- See the gigantic -40mx20m- Lorenz attractor at
La Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie in Paris in order to celebrate
the Year 2000 (currently, the biggest painting in Paris?). Unfortunately,
it was dismantled in late 2001 (see the original picture ).
- See the following pictures in the new Images exhibition at La Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie in Paris (inaugurated on 06/28/2001):
- See the following pictures in the Le Paris du Futur exhibition at La Galerie de l'ADAC in Paris (inaugurated on 03/21/2002):
- See the following pictures in the exhibition at Le Centre Culturel René Cassin in Dourdan (inaugurated on 06/01/2002):
- See the following pictures in the exhibition -with Denis Fadier- at UNESCO on the occasion of the celebration of World Science Day for Peace and Development in Paris (inaugurated on 11/12/2002):
- See the following pictures in the exhibition at ENST Bretagne in Brest (inaugurated on 04/02/2003):
- See the following pictures in the exhibition at the Library of the Ecole Polytechnique in Palaiseau (inaugurated on 06/10/2004):
- 2004: the eightyth birthday of Benoît Mandelbrot:
- A private collection in Paris:
- See the following pictures in the exhibition at the Institut Henri Poincare in Paris (inaugurated on 01/22/2005):
- See the following pictures in the Auguste Detœuf Room at the Ecole Polytechnique (inaugurated on 09/15/2005):
- See my pictures on the Bruxelles City Hall during the "Math En Rue" festival on 10/16/2009:
- See the following pictures in the exhibition at the Atelier Z (Fondation Peugeot) in Paris (inaugurated on 10/22/2009):
- See my pictures (as well as the Patrice Jeener's ones) in an exhibition at the Ecole Polytechnique on september 2010:
- See my pictures during the tribute to Benoît Mandelbrot (03/17-18/2011):
- See my pictures in the exhibition at the Library of the Ecole Polytechnique in Palaiseau on september 2013 (inaugurated on 08/26/2013):
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Mathematics and Physics:
Mathematics and Nature:
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Mathematics and Creation:
See the whole exhibition:
- See my anaglyphs in the exhibition at La Nuit desChercheurs 2013 at the Ecole Polytechnique in Palaiseau on 09/27/2013:
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a tridimensional representation of a quadridimensional Calabi-Yau manifold.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a tridimensional fractal structure.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a tridimensional fractal structure -the space-time foam?-.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal Möbius strip.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal Klein bottle.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal sphere.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a tridimensional filamentous fractal structure.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal torus.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal 3-foil torus knot.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal 5-foil torus knot.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal 7-foil torus knot.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal hypercube.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a fractal-fractal tree.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of an hypercube.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of the Tridimensional Hilbert Curve -iteration 3-.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of the Tridimensional Hilbert Curve -iteration 4-.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of an artistic view of a pyramidal Menger Sponge computed by means of an 'Iterated Function System' -IFS-.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of the Lorenz attractor.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a pseudo-quaternionic Mandelbrot set (a 'MandelBulb') -'the children round' or 'the consciousness emerging from Mathematics'- -tridimensional cross-section-.
- Anaglyph -blue=right, red=left- of a close-up on a pseudo-octonionic Mandelbrot set (a 'Mandelbulb') -tridimensional cross-section-.
- See my pictures (as well as the Patrice Jeener's ones) in the exhibition at the Library of the Ecole Polytechnique in Palaiseau on january and february 2015:
then at the Lycée Louis le Grand in Paris on march 2015:
Tridimensional fractal cross -iteration 5-.
The Menger Sponge -iteration 5-.
An amazing cross-section inside the Menger Sponge -iteration 5-.
An amazing cross-section inside the Menger Sponge -iteration 5- with a (4xO+1)/(1xO-1) conformal transformation in the octonionic space -tridimensional cross-section-.
A pseudo-octonionic Mandelbrot set (a 'MandelBulb') -'children's corner' or 'the consciousness emerging from Mathematics'- -tridimensional cross-section-.
A pseudo-octonionic Mandelbrot set (a 'MandelBulb') -tridimensional cross-section-.
Close-up on a pseudo-octonionic Mandelbrot set (a 'Mandelbulb') -tridimensional cross-section-.
A foggy pseudo-octonionic Julia set ('MandelBulb' like: a 'JuliaBulb') computed with A=(-0.581514...,+0.635888...,0,0,0,0,0,0) and with a rotation about the X axis -tridimensional cross-section-.
Hell on Earth -a Tribute to the seventeen victims of the attacks in January 2015, Paris-.
An amazing cross-section inside the Menger Sponge -iteration 5- with a 1/O conformal transformation in the octonionic space -tridimensional cross-section-.
Mountains and fog.
Monument Valley at sunrise.
Close-up on a pseudo-octonionic Mandelbrot set (a 'Mandelbulb') with a (4xO+1)/(1xO-1) conformal transformation in the pseudo-octonionic space -tridimensional cross-section-.
A tridimensional pseudo-random walk defined by means of the square root of 2: 1.414213... -100.000 digits, -base 10- into 225245... -128.508 digits, base 6-.
A tridimensional pseudo-random walk defined by means of 'pi': 3.141592... -100.000 digits, -base 10- into 050330... -128.508 digits, base 6-.
Untitled 0207.
Untitled 0220.
Where is the Universe?.
Untitled 0205.
Tridimensional fractal Self-Portrait.
- An exhibition at the Ecole Polytechnique during la Fête de la Science, 10/2015.
- An exhibition at the 'Centre Culturel Français' and at the 'lycée Galatasaray' in Istanbul, 03/2018.
Tridimensional accumulation of 512 correlated bidimensional brownian motions -50000 time steps-.
A foggy pseudo-octonionic Julia set ('MandelBulb' like: a 'JuliaBulb') computed with A=(-0.581514...,+0.635888...,0,0,0,0,0,0) and with a rotation about the X axis -tridimensional cross-section-.
Close-up on a foggy pseudo-octonionic Julia set ('MandelBulb' like: a 'JuliaBulb') computed with A=(-0.581514...,+0.635888...,0,0,0,0,0,0) and with a rotation about the X axis and with a tridimensional non linear transformation in the pseudo-octonionic space -tridimensional cross-section-.
Tridimensional high resolution visualization of the Verhulst dynamics -'Time Ships', a Tribute to Stephen Baxter-.
A pseudo-octonionic Mandelbrot set (a 'MandelBulb') -'children's corner' or 'the consciousness emerging from Mathematics'- -tridimensional cross-section-.
Close-up on a foggy pseudo-quaternionic Mandelbrot set with a 1/O conformal transformation in the octonionic space -tridimensional cross-section-.
An amazing cross-section inside the Menger Sponge -iteration 5-.
An amazing cross-section inside the Menger Sponge -iteration 5- with a (4xO+1)/(1xO-1) conformal transformation in the octonionic space -tridimensional cross-section-.
Botticelli anomaly on the Moon.
Mountains and fog.
Monument Valley at sunrise.
The Mathematics are the key of the Multiverse.
- An exhibition at 'la Mairie du cinquième arrondissement de Paris', 03/2018.
- An exhibition "Tribute to Artists and Scientists" at the Ecole Polytechnique during la Fête de la Science, 10/2018.
- See my Benoît Mandelbrot's tributes in the main hall of the Ecole Polytechnique:
- See my pictures in the Conference Room of the CMAP at the Ecole Polytechnique:
- See my pictures in the Assembly Room of the CMAP at the Ecole Polytechnique:
- An exhibition at UNESCO, Paris, 11/2018.
- An exhibition "Tribute to Artists and Scientists" at the Ecole Polytechnique during la Fête de la Science, 10/2018.
- An exhibition at IHES, Bures-sur-Yvette, 02/17/2022.
- A Gift of six Works of Art to the Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP), Paris, 01/10/2024.
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