The three-dimensional grid is the essential core framework for architecture and spatial arrangements. Incorporating this geometric structure is part and parcel to the extensive development of the cube and linear suspended screen structures. These kinetic sculptural structures are integral to the explorations into how form comes into being.
The cube is defined as a symmetrical three-dimensional shape, either solid or hollow, contained by six equal squares.
“It’s being able to take the Spanish moss out of the South; I can take it anywhere, whereas, real Spanish moss cannot live in any other region of the world. I believe there’s a universal appeal in that.” — Kenn Kotara
Abstract, Contemporary Art by Kenn Kotara, Asheville, NC 828.236.2265