Composition, movement, colour, form and sound can in part be revealed through mathematics.
One of art's essential characteristics is that it is an expression, a conscious and proclaimed utterance.
A work of art requires an audience, whereas mathematics (ideas about number, quantity, and space), does not.
I ponder on different points of view, the worlds we make believe, and how time is often conceived of as a three spoke concept: the past, present, and future.
Each of my moments, real or imagined, is my chance to stay outside, above, in the open clear of day.
If I hold a thought inside, unshared, it moves to my place unseen, and once there, is rarely heard again.