HYBYCOZO: The Shape of Light
November 19 – February 15, 2019
HYBYCOZO is an installation of three, seven to twelve-foot tall sculptures, all inspired by natural forms, ancient Islamic tiles, mathematics and geometry. Each sculpture is lit with LEDs from the inside in order to cast colorful, intricate shadows highlighting “…the inherent beauty of universal geometric form, symmetry and pattern.”
HYBYCOZO was created through the collaboration of two artists: environmental scientist Yelena Filipchuk and industrial designer Serge Beaulieu and has been exhibited at various festivals and institutions throughout the United States, including Burning Man and the Renwick Gallery.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Yelena Filipchuk (b. 1987) thrives in the creative process, creating thought provoking artwork that investigates patterns and forms as a way to educate and inspire herself and others. Yelena currently lives in San Francisco developing her craft and growing her practice as an artist, entrepreneur, and educator.
Serge Beaulieu (b. 1981) studied as an Industrial Designer and is now creating technically large scale artwork. Constantly investigating innovation, materials, and processes, Serge resides in the Bay Area exploring the wonders of geometry.