2016

 

  

Hidden Steps #1, #2, #3, #4

2016

  

#1   -   Yia Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris

#3   -   Hidden Steps, The Flat, Milan

  

lacquered wood, metal

 

#1 – 180h x 80 x 72 cm 

#2 – 186h x 84 x 74 cm

#3 – 190h x 85 x 76 cm

#4 – 200h x 90 x 80 cm

       

Hidden Steps was created on the concept of the threshold and on the mathematical theorem of Euclid, which says: "two parallel lines touch each other only at infinity".

It is a structure made of white thin aluminum frames, assembled together.

The form consists in two symmetric abstract and opposite stairs: looking at one you will not see the other.

The sculpture plays on full and empty rhythms, creating a dynamic perception of space.

    

 

1 - Hidden Steps #3, 2016 2 - Hidden Steps #3, 2016 3 - Hidden Steps #3, 2016 4 - Hidden Steps #3, 2016 5 - Hidden Steps #3, 2016
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