Mariko Mori Is Currently Showing “Invisible Dimension” At The Sean Kelly Gallery In New York

These contemporary sculptures created by Japanese artist Mariko Mori, are an expression of her ongoing research into superstring theory and particle physics, coupled with her speculation as to how multiple hidden universes might be represented. #Art #Sculpture #Modern

Ekpyrotic String VI and Cycloid V © Mariko Mori | Photography by , New York | Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York

 

Contemporary Japanese artist , is currently showing “Invisible Dimension”, an installation of her sculptures at the New York gallery of .

The exhibition includes seven new sculptures that use technically advanced methods to create the pieces, which are an expression of Mori’s ongoing research into superstring theory and particle physics, coupled with her speculation as to how multiple hidden universes might be represented.

 

Cycloid V and Ekpyrotic String VI, the two largest sculptures, are inspired by the latest astrophysics theories, particularly the “,” which postulates an endless cyclic universe that eternally repeats life and death.

These contemporary sculptures created by Japanese artist Mariko Mori, are an expression of her ongoing research into superstring theory and particle physics, coupled with her speculation as to how multiple hidden universes might be represented. #Art #Sculpture #Modern

Ekpyrotic String VI and Cycloid V © Mariko Mori | Photography by , New York | Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York

Orbicle I represents a different dimension of hidden space, giving form to realms that remain imperceptible in nature, but vividly realized via the artist’s imagination.


These contemporary sculptures created by Japanese artist Mariko Mori, are an expression of her ongoing research into superstring theory and particle physics, coupled with her speculation as to how multiple hidden universes might be represented. #Art #Sculpture #Modern

Orbicle I © Mariko Mori | Photography by , New York | Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York

The two Spirifer sculptures (a term the artist has coined), represent the invisible fire of the spirit, which, as Mori suggests one cannot see, but nonetheless feels within the body.


These contemporary sculptures created by Japanese artist Mariko Mori, are an expression of her ongoing research into superstring theory and particle physics, coupled with her speculation as to how multiple hidden universes might be represented. #Art #Sculpture #Modern

Spirifer I and Spirifer II © Mariko Mori | Photography by , New York | Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York

Plasma Stones (seen below) represent the beginning of the universe; these sculptures reflect a full spectrum of color to suggest the plasma state, a memory of the Big Bang.

The installation will be on view at the until the 28th of April, 2018.


These contemporary sculptures created by Japanese artist Mariko Mori, are an expression of her ongoing research into superstring theory and particle physics, coupled with her speculation as to how multiple hidden universes might be represented. #Art #Sculpture #Modern

Plasma Stone I and Plasma Stone II © Mariko Mori | Photography by , New York | Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York

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