Alexander Guerten

Berlin, Germany
I studied graphic-design and mathematics, so I'm always happy, to combine these two disciplines. To develop these 3D-Tessellations felt more like solving a mathematical problem, than creating art. But one is always able to squeeze the problem a little bit, so that the final solution looks much more beautifull.
KUHKUBUS – layered version
60 x 60 x 60 cm
plywood
2017
“KUHKUBUS – layered version” was developed as an early stage for the final "KUHKUBUS" , shown in the Nominee's gallery, but is a mathematical model in it's own rights. Since it is flat on the sides it is also a 3D-Tessellation, but the bull figures also fit sideways, to develop more complex shapes.

More pictures at http://contralex.com/3D-Escher-Tilings.html