The project consists of large-scale parametric sculptures, in which Cuban construction norms vis-à-vis the calculation of temporary structures in wood are interpreted (NC, 1988) (NC, 2014), inspired by the Japanese carpentry tradition based on wooden framework systems (Sumiyoshi & Matsui, 1991). Each piece consists of the assembly of a personalized module based on the triangle, following an orthogonal rhythm that expands the shape beyond the body of the structure pointing to infinity, after the investigations of the Cuban-Romanian artist Sandú Darié (Darié, 1950).
Title: Prolongation to infinity
Technique: Construction system. Inkjet Print, CAD projects (4 pieces, framed), Using catalog. 17-M60x10 Module, 18M40 Module.
Direction y concept: Yonlay Cabrera
Civil engineering: Alejandro Velazquez
CAE advisor: Luis Diago
Production: Tama Art University Graduate School, Information Design Department; Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Science (MIMS).