Anduriel Widmark

Denver, Colorado, USA
I create forms to explore the possibilities existing within a generated reality. Shaping and manipulating space allows a context for relationships to be questioned. Abstraction expands reality and presents an opportunity to look outside of a regular pattern of seeing. Relationships between underlying forces exemplify the inseparability of structure and narration. Structures and voids are used to organize a lattice around these distinctions and connections.
Selenited Hyperboloid
18 x 18 x 18 cm
flame worked borosilicate glass, selenite sphere
A simple hyperboloid, made of straight lines, is holding a sphere made from selenite. The selenite and doubly-ruled glass surface highlight intriguing patterns and a dynamic space. This hyperboloid consists of 12 lines welded together to create a perfect space to cradle the sphere, highlighting the structure's overall simplicity and elegance.