Sculpture
Caleb Nussear

Sculpture is an installation by artist Caleb Nussear influenced by Shunga and Ukiyo-e. Caleb Nussear’s work focusses on the aperiodic Penrose tiling rendered in mirror in 2 sculptures in the round; and the contemporary Japanese paper-folding pattern named the Muira. Caleb exhibits his work at Massey Klein Gallery and has collaborated on dance performances with Peter Kyle Dance Co.

About the Artist: 

Caleb Nussear is an American artist living in New York City. His work suggests a higher dimensional order and the equivalency of the human figure with a complex recursive geometry. He is comfortable working in drawing, sculpture, installation, and performance; perhaps his favorite method of working is within project-based collaborative ventures with fellow artists and thinkers from a wide range of disciplines. His work here focusses on the aperiodic Penrose tiling rendered in mirror; and the contemporary Japanese paper-folding pattern named the Muira.

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