Sunday, May 17, 2009

Matthew Richie

The Evening Line, conceived for the Venice Biennale Architecture 2008

The Morning Line, Contemporary Art Biennale in Seville

The Universal Adversary exhibition, NYC 2006

Matthew Richie's laser-cut aluminium works are site-specific structures. His constructions are built from a single shape called "the bit", a truncated tetrahedron. (I'm not exactly sure what this is but the shapes are incredible!) His passion for fractal geometry is reflected in these amazing combinations with no beginning or end, which lead the eye in movements around multiple centres. Links are under each photo.

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