Minimal Flower by John M. Sullivan.
“My art is an outgrowth of my work as a mathematician. My research studies curves and surfaces whose shape is determined by optimization principles or minimization of energy. A classical example is a soap bubble which is round because it minimizes its area while enclosing a fixed volume. Like most research mathematicians, I find beauty in the elegant structure of mathematical proofs, and I feel that this elegance is discovered, not invented, by humans.”
Nick Sayers makes geodesic sculptures from recycled, reused and repurposed materials.
Shown here :
Sphere of 60 plastic Coke bottles, slotted and held together without glue by 180 hand-cut elliptical locking slots.
Sphere of 120 British Rail train tickets slotted together and held in place by their own tension.
The Matrix by Kianoosh Motallebi.
“Incandescent lamp fused with a flourescent light. The two otherwise incompatible technologies are forced to operate in the same space, creating a dynamic system that ultimately leads to dysfucnction of both light sources.”
Untitled (Bunker) by Josephine Meckseper, 2009.
Via Installation Art.
Loving the artworks of Ray Caeser.