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Brane XLII by Tyson Parks

Brane XLII, 2015

Tyson Parks

Luminescent sky-blue ovals morph and dance before our eyes. White reflections on their surfaces suggest a space beyond the brick-red field they play on, an allusion to the idea behind these digital sculptures, or “branes.” The artist challenges the notion that sculpture is rooted in the material world by imagining his shapes existing via quantum physics. Each “brane” is conceived as a potentially physical sculpture in the real world that could be produced under more transcendental conditions, introducing the element of time to the equation. The results are ephemeral and fluid, rather than solid and fixed.

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