A study about a Platonic solid, developed in the studies of Johannes Kepler, 17th-century astronomer. For the Pythagoreans and Plato, the source of this shape, the dodecahedron, represents the cosmos. This work is personal research around means of encoding the form - through molding and casting, drawing, and writing - and its possibility to be embodied through different dimensions. Work documentation at the “Silent Spring” exhibition, P8 Gallery. Curated by Avshalom Suliman

Great Stellated Dodecahedron

Ceramics, clay, paper, plaster, wood, plastic

75*120*50 cm