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July 09, 2003 
Helaman Ferguson explains his endless circle sculpture called 'Umbilic
Torus' to mathematicians at the... 
Sydney, Australia 
HELAMAN FERGUSON EXPLAINS HIS SCULPTURE TO MATHEMATICIANS IN SYDNEY. 
Helaman Ferguson explains his endless circle sculpture called 'Umbilic
Torus' to mathematicians at the five-day International Congress on
Industrial and Applied Mathematics being held in Sydney July 9, 2003.
The continuous, donut-shaped surface of the bronze sculpture is created
by Ferguson using mathematical patterns along with drills, saws, air
hammers and power cutters. The congress is being attended by over 1600
delegates from 61 countries and is hoping to discuss ways of using
mathematics to create better computers and increase our understanding
of the human brain. REUTERS/David Gray

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