When mathematical expressions are combined with artisanal craftsmanship, interesting artworks can be created. This is the case for the work of Frank Murri, an Australian based artist, interested in the intersections between art and mathematics. His artworks have been exhibited in several commercial and regional galleries. Frank Murri always had a passion for art and mathematics but pursued the fields of commerce and law at University, until he met his artist wife and life took a more aesthetic turn.

Frank Murri is a self-taught sculpture born in Newcastle, Australia. He received various awards and his artworks have been widely exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in several galleries across Australia. He explores the beauty of pure mathematics and visualizes data though 3D sculpted artworks made of timber.

Data Aided Design was able to connect with Frank Murri to blank and discuss the possibilities offered by mathematics to create artistic sculptures.