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by Janet Hansen
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This painting is part two (center panel) of a triptych studying the relationship between a Delaunay triangulation (left panel) and its mathematical... more
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This painting is part two (center panel) of a triptych studying the relationship between a Delaunay triangulation (left panel) and its mathematical dual known as a Voronoi diagram (right panel). Each vertex in the triangulation corresponds to a polygon in the Voronoi diagram. By definition, a Voronoi polygon encloses the region in the plane that is closest to a particular Delaunay vertex. The center panel is constructed as the superposition of the outlines in the Delaunay triangulation and the Voronoi diagram, so that it contains all of the edges from each.
Janet Hansen creates abstract geometric patterns with bright colors, in the form of paintings, illuminated objects, and custom installations. http://www.janethansen.com
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