This work could be called ‘a polyhedral painting’ since a polyhedral object is meticulously painted to reveal depth and perspective other than the actual geometric surface. Employing devices from op-art and minimalism this work becomes live when hanged from the ceiling via a thin line. If there are air currents, it can start to rotate slowly itself or otherwise it can be seen from all angles. The viewer is invited to a continuous debate of the three-dimensional space.
This ‘polyhedral painting’ is meticulously hand-painted with acrylic on a hollow MDF construction, which makes it very light for it’s volume.
Hanged from the ceiling via the pre-installed eye-screw or placed on a shelf.
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