Acrylic on canvas
70 x 76 in / 177.8 x 193 cm
A six-dimensional “diagonal-path” is built from six consecutive connected vectors, each having a different but distinct direction. Each direction represents one of the six mathematical dimensions. All six vectors of one “diagonal-path” are matched with their corresponding vector on the other “diagonal-path”, resulting in six vector pairs. Each vector pair is oriented to form a non-intersecting planar quadrilateral, and then is completed visually with thin lines. Thus, six rectangles are created, and together with the two “diagonal-paths”, describe a contour line, resulting in the most surprising shapes.