melle stoel

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Hereby I show two artworks made with antiprisms attached on their sides; one presented at the Nominee's Gallery and another at the General exhibition. It shows different kinds of architectural posssibilities than the ones exhibited at Bridges 2014, which were based on my paper 'Closed loops with Antiprisms'.
I wish to make large sculptures for the public space.

60 x 42 x 11 cm
pergamenata, rapid glue, little magnets

The triangles of these heptagonal antiprisms are isosceles. The concave/convex chains are rectangular, which results that the saddlepoint shapes dont get together as closed chains (what would happen if they had equal sides as seen at the previous artwork), but move downwards like helixes.