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Sculpture, Paper on Paper
Size: 22 W x 22 H x 22 D in
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Extremely tedious and laborious. Very Unique Complex design created through a vast array of shapes and negative spaces. Geometric Gem mathematically engineered art. Diverse viewing angles as you move about sculpture. Technically Speaking...The design is essentially a spherical form created through 12 identical abstract cubic forms. Each of these individual forms has a concretely defined geometric formula and the application of mirroring a dozen of these smaller structures in this specific manner results in the finished product. More than 2,500 sheets of paper and NO ADHESIVES. A monochromatic metallic overcoat places emphasis on the geometric design and form that is illuminated depending upon the lighting. One of a Kind Original
Sculpture:Paper on Paper
Size:22 W x 22 H x 22 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
“Origami and its geometric principles are likely the most universally consistent art form in all the cosmos”. I showcase a mathematical language of physical creation based on engineering geometry through a formulaic approach. I estimate to be around 350,000 total Sheets thus far and my most complex structures at this point contain up to 8,000 pieces. The completed sculptures are very strong as I use a self created interlocking base fold that distributes weight off of itself. Although these designs contain mass amounts of paper without adhesives they are sturdy and easy to handle. About My Origami Process: Creating these sculptures begins with a consistent geometric formula on how to mathematically evolve and advance the forms and designs of three-dimensional sculptural origami paper puzzles. The complexity of each design is a direct result of the application of mathematics, geometry, symmetry, reflection, rotation, repetition, and mirrored images. In a sense I know how I am going to build a specific design based not upon what I want or think the sculpture should look like but rather by using mathematical principles related to how the geometry varies. Due to the nature of this mathematical approach, the final product is more of a result and surprise than a preconceived geometric form. This gives you the blueprint for creating sculptures that have a concrete and yet visually unknown solution. This allows my work to continually evolve, making my sculptures more complex creates an exponentially increasing amount of potential designs. Through hands-on mathematics I create concrete geometric forms that represent the principles of infinity. Nearly every design I create theoretically expands infinitely in all directions and each specific sculpture is a representation of a physical geometric space that exists within these infinite patterns. Naturally occurring relatable symbols such as 3rd Eye, Star of David, Swastika, Keyholes, and more. Diverse viewing angles and negative spaces create these forms as you move about the sculptures allowing the geometry to line up. Origami Vs. Paper Engineering: Although they are technically Origami sculptures, I refer to my work as Paper Engineering and ARTchitecture. Origami is the art of paper folding. Once a single sheet of paper is folded you have a finished product that is usually representational of something that exists and is identifiable, such as a crane or fish.
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