Theory of Everything
Invisible Halo #h / 2015 / 728 x 515mm / acrylic, silicone and glitter on panel

Invisible Halo #h / 2015 / 728 x 515mm / acrylic, silicone and glitter on panel

Invisible Halo #h
A mountain of Prime number

A mountain of Prime number / 2015 / 754 x 533mm / acrylic and silicone on panel

A mountain of Prime number
Forest of prime x Fibonacci cubes

Forest of prime x Fibonacci cubes / 2015 / 754 x 533mm / acrylic, silicone and glitter on panel

Forest of prime x Fibonacci cubes
Topological Landscape 02

Topological Landscape 02 / 2015 / 233 x 466mm / acrylic, silicone and glitter on panel

Topological Landscape 02
Topological Landscape

Topological Landscape / 2015 / 126 x 178mm / acrylic, silicone and glitter on panel

Topological Landscape
Kepler Model -octahedron-

Kepler Model -octahedron- / 2014 / 218x218mm / acrylic, silicone and glitter on MDF panel

Kepler Model -octahedron-
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Fibonacci scale -14:14- / 2012 / 550x550mm / acrylic, urethane and silicone coating on MDF panel

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Fibonacci scale -23:49- / 2012 / 550x550mm / acrylic, urethane and silicone coating on MDF panel

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Planet Gliese / 2013 / 707x707mm / mixed media on MDF panel

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Prime number spiral / 2013 / 890x890mm / acrylic and silicone on MDF panel

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Ulam spiral -positive- / 2013 / 1300x1300mm / acrylic and silicone on MDF panel

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Ptolemaic / 2012 / 970x970x50mm / acrylic and urethane on panel

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Copernican / 2012 / 970x970x50mm / acrylic and urethane on panel

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fibonacci mandala / 2012 / 900x900mm / acrylic and urethane on MDF panel

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ecosphere #1 / 2012 / φ450(直径)mm / acrylic and urethane on plywood

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ecosphere #3 / 2012 / φ450(直径)mm / acrylic and urethane on plywood

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ecosphere #4 / 2012 / φ450(直径)mm / acrylic and urethane on plywood

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Social Eclipse / 2012 / φ450(直径)mm / acrylic and urethane on MDF panel

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Total Eclipse / 2012 / φ450(直径)mm / acrylic and urethane on MDF panel

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Aura and Physical / 2012 / 500x500mm / acrylic and urethane on MDF panel

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My painting practice draws heavily from contemporary theory in mathematics and physics as a lens through which to understand the natural world. In particular, the simplicity of prime numbers and the Fibonacci sequence's connection with the golden ratio have informed my most recent work. Contemporary theory in these fields demonstrate how these strangely beautiful numbers help further the human understanding of the space in which we live. The relationship between numbers and nature have inspired artist throughout history. Most notably, the application of mathematical laws gave shape to work of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) and Jackson Pollock (1912-1956). In Japan, Hokusai Katsushika (1760-1849) carried out such applications to the highest level. In my work, painting is a manipulation of space to create an illusion. These illusions serve as a means to share a new and primal visual experience that expand upon nature's unpredictable patterns and systems.

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