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

61.8 x 49.6 in

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April 19th 2004

61.8 x 49.6 in

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Keith Tyson
British, b. 1969
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Continually challenging what constitutes reality, conceptual artist Keith Tyson pursues questions …

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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 …

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

61.8 x 49.6 in

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April 19th 2004

61.8 x 49.6 in

Buyer responsible for Buyer’s Premium and any applicable taxes, including VAT.

Keith Tyson
British, b. 1969
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Continually challenging what constitutes reality, conceptual artist Keith Tyson pursues questions …

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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 …

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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