Pi, imperfections

Cornelis was inspired by the human search for perfection. Pi is an irrational and transcendental number. Pi artwork is a perfect metal sphere in its totality, but it is made up of three different sizes of circles that do not always manage to touch each other. Perfection in imperfection as a human condition results in beauty and harmony. The circle is a basic geometric shape used by the artist and here the single circles are united to create the main sphere: Pi is also the leit motiv of the full process.
The iron artwork is currently placed in the garden of the sculptor’s residence in Italy.

Published by Gabriela Morini

Yoga teacher, communication consultant and owner of Porcaticcio Holiday Home, Casola Valsenio, Italy.

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