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Material: Sandstone

Dimension: ⌀ 23 cm

Photographed by LNMSCH

“Manifolds” are topological concepts that allow the comprehension of multidimensional structures. In modern physics, manifolds arise as the underlying forms within a complex set of data depicted in Euclidean space. The research reverses this reductive method by augmenting linearity in three dimensions. Manifolds grow as an intuitively driven computer-aided gesture of spiral-like twists and folds of geometry 3D printed in sandstone, creating forms that define and organize empty space, light, and volume.

London International Creative Competition

LICC Finalist Award 2020

Aesthetica Art Prize Long List Selection & Publication 2021

Future Now 2021: 125 Contemporary Artists from the Aesthetica Art Prize.

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