graphs and charts
These talks relate to the graphs and charts in this post:
From → Graphs and charts, Thinking, talking & writing
Have listened to your talk/s. What a pro.! Very clear, honest and aware of your audience.
I guess that your audience were more interested in the function of the charts and this was really what you were talking about but, of course, the charts are also highly visual, break the rules of mathematical diagrams and have that element of disjunction and ‘strangeness’ which is I guess what art is all about.
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