π underconstruction (2021)
Installation | various engraved and unengraved woodcuts | design printed on cotton fabric | plexiglass | dimensions approximately 3m x 2m | 2021
**ART UP **:
This installation describes one of the imaginary values of π (Pi), using curls of hair as a unit of measurement. Here, I have printed designs of curls of hair onto canvases of cotton yarn that unifies a form that is both organic and temporary.
Juxtapositions of wood, engraved or not, make it possible to occupy the vertical and horizontal spaces to create a mural, by extension inclined in relation to the wall.
The observation of our occupation of the architectural space or of the void has a very strong influence with the circle. To calculate the circumference of a circle, mathematicians have invented a formulation C = 2 π R. The problem begins when we precisely set the value of π = 3.14, an approximate and imaginary value.
I would like to visualize this approximate imagination of π.
I would like to re-question this value of Pi π. How can we give a new value to this mathematical symbol that allows us to locate ourselves in space?
How to destroy and reconstruct this new mathematical value?
If mathematics becomes architecture?
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