This fall is bringing me closer to my fascination with patterns, both geometrical and from the natural world. In previous work, like Vertical Garden, or even older work like Des-Nudos, I had explored this theme and the possible relationship that these patterns could have with the architecture and the urban landscape.
After a few years working with labyrinths with the idea of bringing together community, public space and ritual, I continue my studio work researching about the mystic proportions and symbolism of geometric patterns.
This new body of work, is inspired in Sacred Geometry. Using carpet as the main material to create the patterns I started this new series with the number 8, the number that some spiritual orders attribute to infinite.
1890 Bryant Studios Exhibition
The Mother of All Questions
in Crete and the creation of a labyrinth