martin kaulen



By sound
Birdscapes
Les chutes du temps
Geomancia
Palíndromos
Arbórea
Bambusoideae
Paisaje microscópico
Cool coco gallery
Drone

CV
Contact
Texts

Bambusoideae, 2014
Solo show
Ch.ACO Art Fair
Santiago, Chile
Estudio de geometria Bambusoideae III, 2013. Bamboo cane. 108 x 143 x 1 cm. Ch.ACO Art Fair annual contest first prize. MAVI Museum collection
Estudio de geometría Bambusoideae I, 2013. Bamboo cane. 25 x 40 x 1 cm
Estudio de geometría Bambusoideae I, 2013. Bamboo cane. 25 x 40 x 1 cm

His studies of geometry using bamboo and palm tree wood takes us to the basic molecular level, where a geometrical set of rules shape not only the form but also determine the energy and the function. Inspired by molecular and nano, he goes into macroscopic by designing intricate mosaics of geometric shapes. There is a bit of poetry in the fact that this rare shapes can be done using the most common organic molecule on Earth, the main component of wood: cellulose.

Ljiljana Fruk, 2014 (Full text)

Estudio de geometría Bambusoideae IV (cubo), 2014. Bamboo cane. 73 x 67 x 1 cm
Difracción, 2014. Bamboo cane. 50 x 50 x 1 cm
Studio view, 2013
Studio view, 2014
Estudio de geometría orgánica I, 2013. Ink on magazine page. 44 x 36 cm
Estudio de geometría orgánica II, 2013. Ink on magazine page. 44 x 36 cm
Estudio de geometría orgánica III, 2013. Ink on magazine page. 44 x 36 cm