Keith Tyson, ‘Studio Wall drawing: A toral interface (V.1.1.) represting an isotrophic cluster of torus multiverses spinning in the void...’, PIASA
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Studio Wall drawing: A toral interface (V.1.1.) represting an isotrophic cluster of torus multiverses spinning in the void...

Mixed media on paper
61 4/5 × 49 3/5 in
157 × 126 cm
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April 19th 2004

61.8 x 49.6 in

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Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper
Keith Tyson
British, b. 1969
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Continually challenging what constitutes reality, conceptual artist Keith Tyson pursues questions of chance, causality, and interconnectedness using a wide array of media and materials. Tyson’s work hinges on the primacy of the idea. Indeed, for his 2008 collection of colorful geometrical sculptures entitled “Fractal Dice,” the idea—predicated on an algorithm—was of Tyson’s design while the construction and assembly of the sculptures fell to the gallery, who meticulously followed the artist’s instructions by rolling actual dice to determine the next step. The result, as expected, was a series of works of immense artistry, complexity, and variation.

Keith Tyson, ‘Studio Wall drawing: A toral interface (V.1.1.) represting an isotrophic cluster of torus multiverses spinning in the void...’, PIASA
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April 19th 2004

61.8 x 49.6 in

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Medium
Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper
Keith Tyson
British, b. 1969
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Continually challenging what constitutes reality, conceptual artist Keith Tyson pursues questions of chance, causality, and interconnectedness using a wide array of media and materials. Tyson’s work hinges on the primacy of the idea. Indeed, for his 2008 collection of colorful geometrical sculptures entitled “Fractal Dice,” the idea—predicated on an algorithm—was of Tyson’s design while the construction and assembly of the sculptures fell to the gallery, who meticulously followed the artist’s instructions by rolling actual dice to determine the next step. The result, as expected, was a series of works of immense artistry, complexity, and variation.

Keith Tyson

Studio Wall drawing: A toral interface (V.1.1.) represting an isotrophic cluster of torus multiverses spinning in the void...

Mixed media on paper
61 4/5 × 49 3/5 in
157 × 126 cm
Bidding closed
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