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Fibonacci Exposed


“Fibonacci Exposed” is a structure of four triangular forms that fold compactly into a square column held together by a hingepin. The famed mathematician is credited with the discovery of a specific progression of numbers that describes a myriad of natural forms.  Windows on the inner surfaces of the triangular forms reveal information about the process. Truncated triangular columns are removable from their positions to demonstrate motion, a property implicit in the progression of numbers. Adding interest to the form are numbers applied to the outer covering of the column and the decorative paper that covers the movable triangular forms.

Dimensions: 5.5” x 5.5” x 8.5”