Sculpture inspired by the ‘Sierpiński Triangle’

Place du Vieux Marché aux Grains, Brussels
22/07/14 - 04/09/14
Sculpture inspired by the ‘Sierpiński Triangle’
Wacław SIERPIŃSKI (1882-1969) was a Polish mathematician who did pioneering work in the field of fractals. Incidentally, a geometric fractal now bears his name: the ‘Sierpiński Triangle’. A representation of this figure has been placed on the Place du Vieux Marché aux Grains in Brussels, a stone’s throw from the Bourse and the place Sainte-Catherine. In addition to its purely ornamental character, this innovative representation of a mathematical figure, entitled
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