## Surfaces in 3 and 4 dimensions

I hope the title is not too confusing, given my previous posts on surfaces. The title of this post is also the title of a work of mine that I have mentioned here a couple of times before. It has just gone up in the common room of the Maths Department of Imperial College. If you are a London mathematician take a look and let me know what you think!

Here is the work in place. The order was chosen by Anne Rowlands and Andy Pope. I love seeing how they chose to interpret my work!

Well this tells us something about the Maths [sic] Department of Imperial College – that they don’t know about dimensions. Every one of those paintings is in 3 dimensions – width, height, and length. How have you represented the “fourth dimension”? And why do you even believe there is a fourth dimension in the first place?

I have shown quite conclusively that there is no such dimension:

http://www.sciencedefeated.wordpress.com/2008/10/24/time-part-one/

NS

I do not believe in the third dimension, so I cannot start work on proving there is a fourth. In this case time has nothing to do with it. Just the mathematical concept of using some numbers to describe position. It that sense these images all just have two dimensions.