Boxed-in Infinite Polyhedron
2010. Acrylic glass, monofilament. 76 x 76 x 76 cm.
An object made of transparent acrylic glass is a fragment of the space-filling polyhedron which is, in theory, by mathematical definition, infinite. The transparency of acrylic glass brings forth many of the object’s faces simultaneously; empty spaces and reified volumes offer infinite perceptual shifts.
Photo: Ivana Franke Studio