- Soledad Sevilla Valencia, Spain, 1944
- Material:Painted methacrylate
- Dimensions:49 x 49 x 0,3 cm
- Category: Sculpture
- Entry date:2008
- Register number:AD05035
“With the reiterative use of the line I try to create a magical, mobile and immersive environment, full of light and half-light, which is largely a fictitious space,” the artist explains. These two works (AD05035 and AD05036) were created in the legendary Calculus Centre at the University of Madrid in January 1966 – after an agreement between the University and IBM – where visual artists, engineers, architects and programmers shared a pioneering Net Art experience in Spain. The pieces stand out through their geometric abstraction and are created by patterns of two-dimensional modular forms, a non-uniform hexagon, which spread and expand across the whole support to give the impression of infinite multiplicity.