Antony Gormley’s Polyhedral ‘Aperture’

Antony Gormley’s Polyhedral ‘Aperture’
Design

After three years of experimentation with connecting bubbles and foams nesting in a cell structure of polyhedra, the British artist Antony Gormley is presenting his work using the material at a gallery in Brussels.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 16 september 2009

After three years of experimentation with connecting bubbles and foams nesting in a cell structure of polyhedra, the British artist Antony Gormley is presenting his work using the material at the Xavier Hufkens gallery in Brussels. His experimentation with cell aggregates of nesting polyhedra in both solid and space-frame forms turns the space of the body into an open framework of tetrahedral, cubic, dodecahedral and more complex polygons which, in his words, “achieved a breakthrough when released from a bounding skin.” The press release reads:

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