Form-Less-Form as a Non-Object/Object is a formalist exploration of sculpture, space and form. This artwork is the cutout (negative space) of an unfolded Dürer Solid which is then repositioned as its own object. The Dürer Solid is modeled after the truncated rhombohedron depicted in the engraving Melancholia (1514) by Albrecht Dürer. Dürer's Solid is know as the golden mean which is the organizing principle famously used throughout the Renaissance for creating balanced, harmonious compositions - also known as the golden ratio or the divine proportion. This artwork presents the 'other-space' of that perfect form - imperfectly balanced.

Black aluminum mirror, 8'x4'x1/16"