Shane Hope

hyperneckerdeathcube

2009

Archival pigment print

48" x 48" (122 x 122cm)

Hypercube – is an n-dimensional analogue of a square (n = 2) and a cube (n = 3).

Necker Cube – is an optical illusion first published in 1832 by Swiss crystallographer Louis Albert Necker.

Death Cube – Death cubes are computing devices designed to repeatedly run simulations of an uploaded consciousness, usually of human-equivalent intelligence.

In this print can be seen: a kid’s drawing of a molecule converted into a molecule model; Necker cube stair structure built from sheets of graphite; recolored graphite with revisualized sections in upper right; graphite strips entering from right; in upper left section, there’s sundry atomic debris, proteins, DNA, sheets of graphite, novel synthetic molecules, forced secondary structures, viable nano-machinery parts, etc…

Shane Hope

hyperneckerdeathcube (detail)

hyperneckerdeathcube (detail)

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