# Gabriele Meyer

I like to crochet objects involving hyperbolic surfaces and with other
mathematical aspects. This year I am interested in how two surfaces
can intersect each other, how surfaces self intersect, and how one can
fake such an intersection with crocheting.

One can make interesting illuminated sculptures this way.

The inner hyperbolic blossom represents a hyperbolic disc with a point removed. Along the outer perimeter I crocheted another hyperbolic ring surface. It does not really intersect the inner blossom, but it looks a little as though it does. Hang it from the ceiling and you feel as though flowers are falling!