AboutA unique series of sculpture combining colour with code inspired by the Pythagorean numbering system (arrays of dots used to calculate complex mathematical theorems)
Kate Kessling and Paul Kessling have devised a system whereby the subject is broken down into colour codes, using individually handmade, coloured resin pegs placed in concrete. Each piece represents a coded, colour interpretation of the subject and at once the relationship between the artist and viewer becomes ever more intimate as the artist as code maker calls on the viewer to become code breaker.
The pegs are interchangeable, with each sculpture presenting a vast number of different combinations and colour harmonies
"If you made one change every second, it would take you 50000000000000000000000 times the current age of the universe to run through all the different
variables" (Maths: Alex Bryson).