Hello, I'm
Christopher Hanusa
I am a mathematical artist and an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Queens College of the City University of New York. My works are often generative in nature and draw on my varied mathematical interests including the theory of reflection groups and experimental mathematics. I create my works using computational software and bring them to life through 2D and 3D printing methods. A key emphasis of my art is on the play between randomness and deliberation. I am always open to and seeking new collaborators in a wide variety of areas. I also design mathematical jewelry.
This picture was taken at the Infinite Potentials Exhibit at the New York Hall of Science.