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Two Circles on a Plane
Two Circles on a Plane
Two Circles on a Plane
Two Circles on a Plane
Two Circles on a Plane
by Chris Klapper & Patrick Gallagher

Size: 31 x 14 Inches

Material: CNC carved 1" acrylic and resin with shelf


“Infinity, form and the poetry of numbers.

How do you describe a world of infinite beauty with only 26 letters.  

The language of the universe is written in ratios.  It is an infinite field of sets within sets, infinities within infinities.  Numbers as symbols, arranged in the right order they tell incredible stories about the interconnectedness of all things, our world, our environment, our reality.

The recent explosion of big data and the impact of data visualization in communicating complex ideas in a clear way, has been a huge inspiration for us and has led us to pursue an entirely new aesthetic using data, typography and mathematics.

Our current focus is a series called Dataatadata, which concentrates on the conceptual theme of the beauty of raw information.”

-Chris Klapper & Patrick Gallagher, 2018

Shelf included

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Chris Klapper & Patrick Gallagher
About Chris Klapper & Patrick Gallagher
Chris Klapper and Patrick Gallagher are a husband and wife duo who each have established their own artistic careers, they joined forces in 2010 and haven't looked back ever since.

This duo's first collaborative piece titled, Symphony in D Minor is a resin and light interactive display featuring the audience as both composer and musician. This stunning piece which fills a 5,000 sq ft of thunderous space will be a permanently installed at the Hydroplis Museum in Wroclaw, Poland. They continue to hone in on installation, video, light and technology experimentation in their Brooklyn, NY studio.
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