## Untitled (2012)

Height approx 950mmThis piece is a three dimensional version of the classic fractal image, the Folded paper, string, glue Sierpinski Triangle. The basic element is a small tetrahedron made from paper. Four of these can be fitted together to form a larger one of exactly the same proportions. When this process is repeated a structure emerges with all of the elements focused towards the outside of the piece, and with a void at the centre. This gives it a lightness as though it were floating, and yet the shape of this structure is inherently strong. |

## Untitled (2012)

## Untitled (1996)

Height approx 1.6mThis is another three dimensional version of the classic fractal image, the Folded paper, string, glue Sierpinski Triangle. The basic element is a small tetrahedron made from paper. Four of these can be fitted together to form a larger one of exactly the same proportions. When this process is repeated a structure emerges with all of the elements focused towards the outside of the piece, and with a void at the centre. This gives it a lightness as though it were floating, and yet the shape of this structure is inherently strong. |

## Untitled (2011)

850x850x110mmThis piece is made from small extruded triangles, each constructed from folded paper, painted and glued to a board. Each one has the same plan dimension but the height varies so that the ones at the centre are deeper than those at the edge.Folded paper, paint, glue on board It is based on a fractal pattern, in that each part of the piece is self similar: four of the triangles can be put together to form a square, then four of these squares put together form a larger square, four of these larger squares form an even bigger one, and so on. The resulting form is a surface in which deep crevasses begin to appear, one set in black and one set in gold, to form an intricate, interwoven pattern. |