i have been doing mathematics-inspired art for some time, in large part to improve my research and teaching.
i've recently begun archiving my mathematical art work under the alias colimit...
neither this website nor youtube/insta/twitter is an ideal venue for archiving artwork, so...
i think that publishing tokens (which don't depend on permissions or maintenance to persist) is worth exploring.
after all, arxiv preprints are essentially tokenized papers (though on a centralized server)...

  1. all tokens on the etherium chain under colimit.eth; (see also profile at opensea)
  2. more experimental work on tezos chain under colimit.tez
  3. a gallery of the icons from Elementary Applied Topology (with explanatory notes)
  4. a gallery of graphics from Topological Data Analysis (in progress)
  5. a gallery of videos from Applied Dynamical Systems (coming soon)
  6. a lot of live graphics up at the AMR website, especially under AMR reviews and AMR YouTube

if you are interested in tokenizing/archiving/displaying your work, i can recommend:

experimenting on the tezos chain at objkt: low-cost, energy-efficient, with a good tech/art community

definitely check out oncyber for 3D/VR/AR galleries to post your work

if you can ignore the NFT hype, the etherium chain has a lot of benefits. if you do mint on etherium, i recommend manifold studios, which allows you to write/own your own smart contract

for example, here is the code for the COLIM EAT contract, for publishing artwork from the EAT text

if you are interested in tokenizing your work, please spend time learning how things work (mistakes are semi-permanent) and use a hardware wallet for your private keys