Michael Hans Meyer‘s work is very interesting – playing with the boundary between machine-made and human-made. In his galleries are images to an entirely 3D printed room made from elements of incredible complexity – definately a Geiger’esque space where forms begin to resemble vertebrae or interlocking body parts.
Of initial interest however were his ‘Platonic Solids‘ paper sculptures. By repeating a single ‘transformation’ on a geometric primitive he ends up with an extremely complex shape. Once he is happy with the shape in the computer simulation he will recreate the form using pieces of card – as complex as a snowflake or pollen grain made from cut card.
It’s an insanity, but one which is nice to look at.