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Devin Alejandro-Wilder

The image above is a Triakis Triangular Tiling // Face Configuration (V3.12.12)  In Mathematics, this is called a dual semi-regular tiling of the Euclidean plane.

Tessellations :: the covering of an infinite geometric plane without any gaps or overlaps by congruent plane figures of one type or a few types. 

// Performing with their presence, Tessellations are an ongoing series of non-permanent and site-specific installations that occupy space as a visual metaphor for the impact that one's perspective has on their understanding of the world around them. Constructed using monofilament and natural or projected light dependent upon the site and time of day, Tessellations transform familiar planes of geometric patterns into large scale structures that allow their 2-dimensional forms to exist in the 3-dimensional space that hosts them. Appearing as something different from every angle, the massively immersive installation challenges the viewer to engage in a physical exchange of intimate, otherworldly and curious exploration of what is and what isn't standing before them. 

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