Please briefly elaborate on one of your extracurricular activities or work experiences. – 150 Words
It was another day in AP Calculus BC, featuring me doodling in my art journal while applying trigonometric integrations. Unlike mathematics, art doesn’t have a concrete solution. Does a right answer in art even exist? One cannot simply input colors and lines into a formula and compute an output of art. Instead of scholars like Isaac Newton and René Descartes, art comes from within oneself. Like solving a derivative formula to find the slope of a tangent on a curve, mixing colors, lines, shapes, and hues never results to inaccuracy. Art is a realm where I can’t be defined by a closed interval and its brackets. It transforms something so extraneous and odd into something tangible yet mysterious. Art doesn’t have an indefinite integral, but rather an open interval. The limit doesn’t exist in art, but rather resembles a continuous and differentiable curve that has infinite solutions.