cube sliced by surface-tiling curve

This is a larger version of the sliced cube appearing as the accompanied artwork to the surface-tiling curve project.

Each folded shell fragment is 10″ on each side, constructed from a single piece of steel, perforated at the edges. The inside is painted gold.

The structures are mirrors of one another, whether folded or unfolded. They fit into one another (without bending anything) and form a cube shell.

When painting the surfaces, the cardboard they were placed on ended up looking pretty cool.

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