I am pleased to announce that 'Phi' has been longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 and a video of the piece will be on show at the exhibition at York Gallery this May. It will also be published in the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology which showcases the work of 100 leading artists from around the world and is a dynamic guide to international contemporary art.
2,706 individual porcelain components make up this piece. Each component has four sides, three white and one silver. They are all orientated in the same direction except for a select few. From one viewpoint a silver spiral on a white background can be seen, from the other a white spiral on silver. The spiral depicted is the Fibonacci spiral.
For more information about the sculpture and further images click here.
Exhibition runs: 26th May - 10th September
York Gallery, Exhibition Square, York, YO1 7EW