Parabolic curve through origami art. I enjoyed doing this. It looks a bit like the Philip’s Pavilion in Brussels at the Expo ’58 World Fair. Le Corbusier team design, esp from Iannis Xenakis.
Bezier Curves – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%A9zier_curve
Also ideas connected to this come from the imagery of 70’s art such as:
images from artists i found that are pretty stunning:
Liberty and Anarchy at Leeds art gallery, an exhibition by an Australian artist, Nike Savvas. March 2013
Roland Gagneux http://www.boutsdeboiscreations.com
Dual Snub Hexpropello Dodecahedron. Polyèdre à 420 faces. Diameter 60 cm, Finland birch plywood 2011
The Beautiful String Art Book: 100 Projects You Can Create, written by Raymond Gautard in 1978
Pae White – https://www.artsy.net/artist/pae-white
The first sculpture isn’t quite the same in connectivity but it looks a lot like sound splattering into grains. Like a dense matter of sound. The second sculpture of a cage is beautiful. The interconnectivity of everything comes to mind.
Antony Gormley – Another Singularity
Tara Donovan – http://alchemyfineevents.com/2010/10/inspiration-to-decoration-exploring-scale-and-repetition-with-tara-donovon/
Beili Liu – this reminds me of the centre point and everything that connects to it, like a maypole or a dancer’s body.
Honma Hideaki (b. 1959) – images on internet search are amazing….wowwww.
left structure: Rolling Shape II, 2007. Bamboo, 14 1/2 x 22 x 11 in.
Right structure: Play, 2007. Bamboo, 14 1/2 x 21 x 12 in. Collection of Stanley and Mary Ann Snider.