Josep Rey Nadal
Mathematician, former teacher, artist, mathematical and creative
museographer of Mathematics Museum of Catalonia.
Part of my art consists in taking objects and forms from the nature, irregular and perhaps with accidents such as breakage or insect attacks, and put them in a new harmony. Each of the parties collaborate in this new harmony. It intends to encourage the reflection of diversity and solidarity.
30 pieces of cypress arranged as the faces of a Rhombic Triacontahedron. The wire which unites them suggests the projection of its dual, the Icosidodecahedron, on the same Triacontahedron, but it is not exactly the case.
8 pine sections with irregular and fractal like contour, produced when the dead root of a pine remains buried for a few years. These pieces are arranged like the faces of a regular Octahedron