SUBTRACTIVE VARIABILITY KOSMOS AXIS
Edition of 200
35 x 30 x 15.5 cm
14 x 12 x 6 in
UV paint, UHS lacquer, PMMA, aluminum, stainless steel, ball bearings
3 kg. / 6,6 lb
Signed and numbered by the artist
Certificate of Authenticity
Configurable Art is pleased to present Subtractive Variability Kosmos Axis, a table sculpture composed of three translucent discs in cyan, magenta, and yellow, firmly arranged on a rotating aluminum support and base.
SVK AXIS is part of the series of works titled Subtractive Variability Kosmos, a nod to celestial equilibrium and order. Activated by a balanced interplay of weights and bearings, the sculpture displays captivating choreographies while rotating around its axis, resembling a gyroscope that unveils infinite variations of the color wheel.
Acquiring one of the limited 200 editions ensures inclusion in a first-choice newsletter and exclusive access to selected events at Casa Axis, the residence of Felipe Pantone Studio, a space-age architectural structure once known as the "rotating house." The kinetic sculpture pays homage to this unique place through its rhythmic movement, evoking a sense of perpetual rotation.
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Felipe Pantone evokes a spirit in his work that feels like a collision between an analog past and a digitized future, where human beings and machines will inevitably glitch alongside one another in a prism of neon gradients, geometric shapes, optical patterns, and jagged grids.
Based in Spain, Pantone is a byproduct of the technological age when kids unlocked life’s mysteries through the Internet. As a result of this prolonged screen time, he explores how the displacement of the light spectrum impacts color and repetition.
For Pantone, his art is a meditation on the ways we consume visual information. Drawing inspiration from kinetic artist like Victor Vasarely and Carlos Cruz-Diez (who both worked with movement, his contemporary work deals with dynamism, transformation, digital revolution, and themes related to the present times.