Vertex
       
     
 The three-axis form was investigated as a concise and descriptive spatial object. When the axes are distorted axonometrically, the form takes on a flattened physical presence that results in conflicting implied orientations within a space. Physically,  Vertex  occupies a space in one way while maintaining a visual multiplicity.  
       
     
  It appears to be simultaneously an “inside” and an “outside,” producing a dynamic visual spark. Through subtle provocation, Vertex subverts preconceptions and space becomes active in a new way.    Vertex  was shown as part of the  Functional Fiction  exhibition at the 2013 NADA New York art fair. 
       
     
Vertex
       
     
Vertex
 The three-axis form was investigated as a concise and descriptive spatial object. When the axes are distorted axonometrically, the form takes on a flattened physical presence that results in conflicting implied orientations within a space. Physically,  Vertex  occupies a space in one way while maintaining a visual multiplicity.  
       
     

The three-axis form was investigated as a concise and descriptive spatial object. When the axes are distorted axonometrically, the form takes on a flattened physical presence that results in conflicting implied orientations within a space. Physically, Vertex occupies a space in one way while maintaining a visual multiplicity.  

  It appears to be simultaneously an “inside” and an “outside,” producing a dynamic visual spark. Through subtle provocation, Vertex subverts preconceptions and space becomes active in a new way.    Vertex  was shown as part of the  Functional Fiction  exhibition at the 2013 NADA New York art fair. 
       
     

It appears to be simultaneously an “inside” and an “outside,” producing a dynamic visual spark. Through subtle provocation, Vertex subverts preconceptions and space becomes active in a new way.

Vertex was shown as part of the Functional Fiction exhibition at the 2013 NADA New York art fair.