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I looked at Ora and thought, two tetrahedra in dual position form a cube. How about two 4D simplices forming a hypercube? (A simplex generalizes the idea of a tetrahedron to other dimensionalities.) The eight triangular elements of Ora become tetrahedra, and now there are 16 of them. The arms with square crosssections become hexagonal. The way the arms interlock in 3D gets difficult, so I untangled the form. But I kept the twists in the arms that make a twocolor arrangement possible, because you need that. I'm not sure I did this the easiest way, but I was surprised at how it came out, branching and swirling. It's fierce.
Hyperwine metal print, 4" diameter  $400


