Box Kites

Sculpture, 2011. Keywords: faces of chaos, math, sculpture, software

The images from my Faces of Chaos series, though mathematically generated, contain forms and shapes that look remarkably like the brush strokes of Eastern calligraphers.

Emphasizing this connection through the use of Japanese rice paper and the traditional form of the box kite, these delicate hanging sculptures bring together my love for calligraphy, kites, and math.

Components

Inkjet prints on Japanese rice paper, balsa wood, kite string, monofilament

Dimensions

Each 33 x 14 x 14 inches

Collections

Highland Beach Library, Highland Beach, FL

Exhibitions

2013 – Arts & Algorithms on the Space Coast, Titusville, FL
2011 – Solo exhibition, Urban ReThink, Orlando, FL
2011 – Aesthetic Explorations and Eyes of My Soul (with photographer Russell Levine), Highland Beach Library, Highland Beach, FL
2011 – Visions: Real and Imagined (with photographer Ellie Schorr), GardensArt, Palm Beach Gardens City Hall, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
2011 – Process & Influence (solo), The Gallery at Eissey Campus, Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
2011 – Next Wave, Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta, FL

Links

Faces of Chaos Tech Notes