Eske Rex, ‘Measuring Space’, 2012, Galerie Maria Wettergren
Eske Rex, ‘Measuring Space’, 2012, Galerie Maria Wettergren
Eske Rex, ‘Measuring Space’, 2012, Galerie Maria Wettergren
Eske Rex, ‘Measuring Space’, 2012, Galerie Maria Wettergren
Eske Rex, ‘Measuring Space’, 2012, Galerie Maria Wettergren
Eske Rex, ‘Measuring Space’, 2012, Galerie Maria Wettergren

About Eske Rex

Copenhagen-based designer Eske Rex came to fame with the invention of his ‘drawing machine,’ an elaborate construction powered by weights and pendulums that produces spirograph drawings from ink. Drawing on a Renaissance-age technique, Rex uses this pendulum-controlled drawing device, which is likened to the geometric image production of the 19th-century mechanical apparatus, the harmonograph. Rex investigates the idea of the machine as a sculpture and installation; his pyramidal room-sized drawing structures stand nine feet in height, and in the center of each, a weighted pendulum waits to be powered by hand (an element that prohibits any two drawings to be exactly alike.)

Danish, b. 1977, based in Copenhagen, Denmark

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