Made from steel, spraypaint, and plastic
18″ x 32″
The term voronoi is used to describe an image that’s made up of mathematical geometric shapes that repeat itself in nature. This pattern is seen in places like giraffe spots, turtle shells, dragonfly wings, plant veins, and soap bubbles. This structure was inspired by a combination of all of these different influences and have taken aspects from different places this shape is seen in. The varying sizes of the shapes mimic the nature of how soap bubbles form, the plastic is meant to represent the shape when it is found in bubbles and also the transparency of dragonfly wings, and the solid shapes are meant to symbolize the rigidness of turtle shells.