Abstract sculpture | Vortice lobacevskijano artwork by Walter Perdan.

Vortice lobacevskijano abstract sculpture
Vortice lobacevskijano abstract sculpture
Vortice lobacevskijano abstract sculpture
Vortice lobacevskijano abstract sculpture
Vortice lobacevskijano abstract sculpture
Vortice lobacevskijano abstract sculpture

Vortice lobacevskijano

Vortice lobacevskijano

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Title: Vortice lobacevskijano
Year: 2008
Technique: Carrara marble
Dimensions: 60 x 35 x 35 cm

Vortice lobacevskjano (English: Lobacevskji vortex) is an abstract sculpture in Carrara marble. Made entirely by hand, it is inspired by non-Euclidean geometries. A simple form that can be interpreted in various ways. A form that creates a vacuum through a vortex generated by a deformation of a non-Euclidean space. Thinked in this way what can this form then be? The name of the artwork takes from Lobacevskij, a Russian mathematician who theorized a geometry that did not follow Euclid's postulates. Euclidean geometries are an important step in the mathematical sciences: they will indeed be an important preamble to Einstein's theory of relativity.

On the relationship between emptiness and abstract sculpture I would like to suggest the work Respiro cosmico (English: Cosmic Breath).

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