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Home > NanoArt 2012 Exhibition > Jean Constant, USA, 2012
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01 - Symmetrohedra canyon-329 viewsThe electron scans of C. Orfescu were explored in the context of Bonnie Goldstein-DeVarco paper “Invisible architecture - the NanoWorld of Buckminster Fuller”: The whole universe can be understood as a closest packing of minute equiradial spheres of masses of energy. In particular, one regular tetrahedral portion derived from fiveclose-packed layers is thought to be a fundamental form in nature”. A hypothesis that was esthetically inviting to me in the context of a NanoArt exhibition: Mathematics, Physics, Art and Nanotechnology are all elements that pertain to the larger mapping of the universe as we know it. Any attempt to encourage closer collaboration between all sciences is worth our attention, interest and effort.
Process: Pixologic, 3D-Xplormath, Adobe CS6 - PSD/AI). Step 1: Contour extraction from C Orfescu "Nano-Canyon" plate. Step 2: Vectorization of mathematical shapes. Step 3: Layering, composition & color effect
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02- Hexa-transformed-323 viewsThe electron scans of C. Orfescu were explored in the context of Bonnie Goldstein-DeVarco paper “Invisible architecture - the NanoWorld of Buckminster Fuller”: The whole universe can be understood as a closest packing of minute equiradial spheres of masses of energy. In particular, one regular tetrahedral portion derived from fiveclose-packed layers is thought to be a fundamental form in nature”. A hypothesis that was esthetically inviting to me in the context of a NanoArt exhibition: Mathematics, Physics, Art and Nanotechnology are all elements that pertain to the larger mapping of the universe as we know it. Any attempt to encourage closer collaboration between all sciences is worth our attention, interest and effort.
Process: Pixologic, 3D-Xplormath, Adobe CS6 - PSD/AI). Step 1: Contour extraction from C Orfescu "Nano-Canyon" plate. Step 2: Vectorization of mathematical shapes. Step 3: Layering, composition & color effect
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03- Elongated gyroprism puzzle-310 viewsThe electron scans of C. Orfescu were explored in the context of Bonnie Goldstein-DeVarco paper “Invisible architecture - the NanoWorld of Buckminster Fuller”: The whole universe can be understood as a closest packing of minute equiradial spheres of masses of energy. In particular, one regular tetrahedral portion derived from fiveclose-packed layers is thought to be a fundamental form in nature”. A hypothesis that was esthetically inviting to me in the context of a NanoArt exhibition: Mathematics, Physics, Art and Nanotechnology are all elements that pertain to the larger mapping of the universe as we know it. Any attempt to encourage closer collaboration between all sciences is worth our attention, interest and effort.
Process: Pixologic, 3D-Xplormath, Adobe CS6 - PSD/AI). Step 1: Contour extraction from C Orfescu "Nano-Canyon" plate. Step 2: Vectorization of mathematical shapes. Step 3: Layering, composition & color effect
 
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