‘Numina’ by Zarah Hussain

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“Blurring the boundaries between science and spirituality, Islamic geometry is traditionally drawn by hand with a ruler and pen, using mathematics that celebrate the order and structure found in the universe to create infinite repeating patterns. Taking the essence of this, Numina combined designs found in the art and architecture of the Islamic world with contemporary digital arts, bringing to life a usually static artform by mapping animated geometric patterns onto a sculpture composed of tessellating pyramids arranged on a hexagonal grid.” – Excerpt from Zarah Hussain’s sculptural installation Numina.





(Media from Zarah Hussain’s website and vimeo)

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