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Local Estimates for Minimizers, Embodied Techniques and (Self) Re-presentations Within Performance Art

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Connections between art and science are not a new landscape within contemporary research, especially in applications. In particular, connections between mathematics and art have been explored, settled, shared and developed by many authors in journals as Leonardo, Mathematics and the Arts, and conference books as Imagine Maths, among others. It is fascinating to witness the proliferation of intersectional works, where boundaries between artistic work and scientific research are blurred. It is in this blurring boundaries’ landscape that I enclose the work presented here, where autobiography is an important intersectional tool.

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Santos, T.J. (2020). Local Estimates for Minimizers, Embodied Techniques and (Self) Re-presentations Within Performance Art. In: Emmer, M., Abate, M. (eds) Imagine Math 7. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-42653-8_24

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