Jason Krugman, Sabetta Matsumoto, Henry Segerman

Artist; Assistant Professor of Physics; Associate Professor of Mathematics
Jason Krugman Studio; Georgia Institute of Technology; Oklahoma State University
Brooklyn, New York, USA; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA

Blending craft with technology, Jason Krugman works to discover new ways of arranging electricity in three dimensions. Krugman Studio is a tech-forward art and design studio providing bespoke illuminated sculptures and design solutions for the built environment.

Sabetta Matsumoto is an Assistant Professor in the School of Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is passionate about using textiles, 3D printing, and virtual reality to teach geometry and topology to the public.

Henry Segerman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University. His interests include geometry and topology, 3D printing, virtual reality, and spherical video.

Jupiter Gyroid
Jupiter Gyroid
50 x 50 x 50 cm
Printed Circuit Boards, Nylon Screws, Transformer

A gyroid surface comprised of two lengths of custom circuitboards (PCBs) each supporting an LED circuit. One surface of the PCBs is plated in gold, the other is painted matte black. Krugman collaborated with Sabetta Matsumoto and Henry Segerman to rationalize a triangulated mesh describing the gyroid surface using only two PCB lengths. On either end, the PCBs feature a concentric circular geometry on both faces allowing them to pass electricity amongst the entire gyroid form without wires or additional connectors. The sculpture runs at 12VDC and is ETL listed.