Creating Tess has led to this sculpture, also inspired by the 4-cube tesseract.
Both are based on the geometric form called a four-cube tesseract, or hypercube, which is a four-dimensional analog of a cube (a tesseract is to the cube as a cube is to a square). Nested and overlapping forms change viewers perspectives, literally allowing them to see outside as well as inside of the box, or in this case, cube.
The second photo shows the sculpture in the Pima Community College East Campus library, where it went on exhibition in April 2015.
Tesseraction spins 360 degrees.
Available, painted steel, 86″ x 48″ x 58″, 2013, $6875.