Computer image printout glued on cartonboard panel (vZome program by Scott Vorthmann; thanks are extended for his kind help), 17x12 inches (A3, 420x297 mm), 2009 (2005 for the concept of the Golden Pyramid, shown at Bridges London) .
My 'Golden Pyramid' is a truss that can project (when viewed from underneath, at a precise, quite near point, orthogonally to the back golden triangular face) into the K5 graph (pentagram inscribed in a pentagon) with remarkable proportions (two equilateral and two golden triangles on a golden rectangular base featuring its two diagonals). The spacecraft looking model shown has its struts built here, kind of fractally, from 463 (1+2x2+3x3 + 14x4x2x2 + 4x(2x2+14+7) + 4x(2x2+2x15+5x3+2+2+1)+1) overlapping tiny golden pyramids (can be 3D-copied). Thanks to a most welcome serendipity, the chosen view angle gives the attentive viewer the needed substance to the title of this ludical work : on the almost vertical strut in the center of the image where it crosses two other struts, two bearded 'wise' men appear -sorry for the ladies : the serendipity unfortunately didn't help them here ! - and on the remaining part of that strut, a series of monkey faces...
Samuel Verbiese, Doctor in Mechanical Engineering/Structures now active as a freelance plastician artist
"Besides expressionistic painting and sculpting of the figure and portrait, I am recurrently drawn into geometric projects, probably by previous life."