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Chaos Star in Moscow

Chaos Star in Moscow

The Spanish artist Okuda created a bright star-shaped sculpture in Moscow.

Everyone can admire her bright colors. It is enough to stroll through the art park "Museon" in the Central House of Artists' direction, and you literally stumble upon its sharp edges.
Chaos Star in Moscow

Creating the sculpture served as a metal structure, which the artist painted in extravagant colors.
The three-meter space crystal was given the name Kaos Star, which means “chaotic star”.

 

Chaos Star in Moscow
Okuda is the pseudonym of Oscar San Miguel Erice, which appeared in 1997 when the first drawings of a street artist decorated old factories and abandoned stations in Santander, Spanish.
His brightwork is a web of geometric shapes, and bold acid colors somewhat resemble the work of Andy Warhol and Salvador Dali.
Chaos Star in Moscow
From a mathematical perspective, this grandiose geometric structure does not have exact symmetry. It is not even half of any well-known polyhedron, but sharp shapes and bright colors will not leave any connoisseur of mathematics indifferent.
Chaos Star in Moscow
If you plan to take a picture with a sculpture of this alien crystal, then here are the exact coordinates: Moscow, Park Kultury metro station, Krymskaya embankment. And the map:
Chaos Star in Moscow
Chaos Star in Moscow
 
© mnogogranniki.ru  01/05/2015
 

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