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Volumes and Ethics 07
Framed an protected in a display
Color paper on foam board.
The Penrose tiling is aperiodic; meaning it extends to the infinite without creating a pattern to replicate itself. It's named after Roger Penrose, who investigated it in the 70's. It's geometry helped to understand quasicrystals. This variation has only two types of shapes, darts and kites, with only seven assembly possibilities. The proportion between the two shapes is the golden ratio.
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