invader rubickubism at jonathan levine gallery, new york invader rubickubism at jonathan levine gallery, new york
jun 22, 2009

invader rubickubism at jonathan levine gallery, new york

half florence rey, 2005 60x72x5.5cm © invader

 

 

 

invader: ‘top io’ solo exhibition jonathan levine gallery, new york june 27 – july 25, 2009

 

the classic strategy game never ceases to amaze, the rubik’s cube is an 80s game made from colored squares. it’s a fascinating object, as it’s both extremely simple and extremely complex. did you know there are over 43 billion possible permutations for a rubik’s cube? french artist invader uses the rubik’s cube like an artist uses paint.


here is the preview of invader’s most recent work.
 
 

green rubik phantom , 2007
84x78x5.5 cm
© invader

 

 

mario divided, 2005 2 times 44x44x5.5cm © invader

 

roiro, 2005 26x42x18cm © inavader

 

 

oifi2, 2005 44x34x11cm © invader

 

 

rubik targer, 2006 88x105x5.5cm © invader

 

 

rubik ingres, 2006 83x143x5.5cm © invader

 

 

rubik mona lisa, 2005 121x83x5.5cm © invader

 

 

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  • What is that???

    The minimous details in the pixel, the patience, the point, imazing.

    Ophir Ribeiro de Sá Junior says:
  • excellent work !! be more normal rubic that so boring

    introman says:
  • Thank you for sharing your talent! Whow
    you are surely making this world a better place to live in.

    Thank you for this site.

    Elmarie Terblanche - Rep. South Africa says:
  • that article is wrong…
    it says there are over 43 billion permutations of the Rubik’s cube. But there are around 43 quintillion possible combinations.

    I guess it’s not technical wrong as it says “over”, but it’s misleading. It would be like saying McDonald’s has served over a dozen hamburgers. Or like saying there are over a hundred stars in our galaxy.

    43 quintillion is 43 billion billion–that’s 43 quintillion, 252 quadrillion, 3 trillion, 274 billion, 489 million, 856 thousand…

    Max Hodges says:
  • Now that is some talent! The hours that must go into this! Super cool!

    pearljamcrazy says:

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