Rasmus Fenhann

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Lauro Preto wood 55 x 55 x h46cm
The perfect beauty of geometrical form has fascinated humankind since Antiquity, but our computer age is
particularly capable of unfolding the infinite richness of nature before our eyes, like an origami.

ndeed, by zooming in and by modulation, Fenhann transforms complex geometrical principles into stunning sculptural forms.

Made for the exhibition Japanometry at Galerie Maria Wettergren in 2015, the table-sculpture Pyramid Grande combines computer technology with Japanese craftsmanship.

Through Pyramid Grande, Rasmus Fenhann explores the meanders of pure geometrical form through origami-inspired wood constructions.