Pyramid

Pyramids follow the geometrical laws of the triangle that are even more numerous and variable in the three-dimensional space.

Pyramide geteilt und neu zusammengesetzt I

Dreiseitige Pyramide, in kleinere drei- und vierseitige Pyramiden zerlegt

In the course of a further transmutation phase, all pyramids could be replaced by three cubes.

Pyramide, geteilt und neu zusammengesetzt II

Pyramide, geteilt und neu zusammengesetzt III

Series, consisting of four variations

The configuration of smaller and bigger pyramids that are joined together provides astonishing results. The contact of the edges of the small pyramid inside the big pyramid is without any deviation strictly geometrical, thus the proportions of the work can be set to any scale by multiplying with a constant.

Pyramid and circle

The geometrical laws of the triangle and the circle are similar and allow interesting creative experiments.

Three- and four-sided pyramid

Geometrically, there are two four-sided pyramids contained in the three-sided pyramid (tetrahedron). Through transmutation, it can be created a particularly fascinating ensemble of which the total volume is equal to that of the tetrahedron.

Major project PT21

Information about these sculptures can be found under Major project – PT21

Series, includes four variations

With the finned pyramid, a step pyramid serves as starting formation which in turn is based on a smooth four-sided pyramid.

The four previous variations were generated by quartering of the step pyramid and subsequent twisting of the individual elements. The interaction of light and shadow is particularly distinctive with this quad constellation.