Milliquadrata Cycle

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Milliquadrata Cycle

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Measuring 16x16x17, this deconstructed circle has been fashioned into a sculpture effusing with improbably balance and geometric tension.  Layers of dichroic glass have been sandblasted with a graphic of squares and as they are put together the designs are flipped diagonally to create a secondary design that combines the two pieces.  After the four colored cubes are assembled with clear glass around them, the entire piece is shaped into a circle and then cut apart, to be reassembled with optical elements acting as a bridge.  A stick design has been sandblasted onto the outside of the piece to give it more presence and additional aesthetic tension.  I love how the inner design is drawn out on to the edges of the circles and stretched to give it an entirely different sense of presence.  The piece is a metaphor for how varying pieces can still compose a whole shape that our minds can put back together in a way that works for us.