A tesseract is a four-dimensional cube. It’s a three-dimensional geometric shape, but one that’s also inscribed in time. This object, which evolves in our reality, is ultimately very close to us, it seems. Like everything else, we too are inscribed in the space that defines time. In this time that would be nothing without the space it unfolds.
What will we find in these dimensions that open their arms to us? Like the tesseract, we don’t know. This is where this quartet expresses itself, where scientific rules and mysticism meet. Where the absolute of the universe and the poetry of existence become one.
|24 × 32 × 2 cm