What do math, science, art, and natural phenomena have in common?
These are the inspirations of HYBYCOZO, a collaborative studio that creates geometric sculptures. HYBYCOZO, or Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone, celebrates the inherent beauty of geometric form and pattern, and composes them in ways that harmonize the experience of sculpture, light, and shadow.The sculptures are 3D shapes, called polyhedrons, which are made out of polygons.
Lightfield by HYBYCOZO is heading to Cathedral Square Park this January. You’ll be able to find the amazing sculptures, eight ground sculptures and 16 hanging lanterns, starting January 19 until May 5.
The amazing sculptures deserve a celebration, so we are throwing a two-night dance party right in Cathedral Square Park on January 19 and 20 with local music, an ice bar, and s’mores. On January 19, after a ribbon-cutting, DJ Gemini Gilly will kick off the night from 5 to 7 pm before SleeperSound takes over from 7 to 8 pm. On January 20 DJ RONCO opens the festivities from 5 to 7 pm, then SleeperSound returns 7 to 8 pm.S’mores will be available throughout both nights, roasting over an open fire, courtesy of GRAEF. The ice bar, carved by Art Below Zero and hosted by Oak Barrel Public House, will be open from 5 to 8 both nights.
The collaborative studio is made up of artists Yelena Filipchuk and Serge Beaulieu. You can see more about their art here. With geometry being an important part of the creative process of HYBYCOZO, the artists started MAE, or Math Art Education. On the MAE website you can find lesson plans, coloring pages, and print outs so you can make your own polyhedron, like HYBYCOZO.Posted in: Arts & Culture Posted in: Performing Arts Posted in: Museums & Galleries Posted in: Dining & Nightlife