Seda Saar

Artist + Designer

Geocube

GEOCUBE



Colored Perspex chromatic cubes

Variable Sizes



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Cube I

POLYHEDRON



Acrylic + Mirror

Wall Sculpture



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Polygon Pink

POLYHEDRON




Formed Acrylic + Mirror *Fluorescent

Wall Sculpture




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Sphere I (Installation Image: LA Artcore Los Angeles)

POLYHEDRON





Formed Acrylic + Mirror

Wall Sculpture




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Pyramid I

POLYHEDRON




Acrylic + Mirror

Wall Sculpture




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Polygon Pyramid

POLYHEDRON




Acrylic + Mirror

Wall Sculpture


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Pyramid II (Detail)

POLYHEDRON





Acrylic + Mirror

Wall Sculpture




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Sphere II (Installation Image: Gallery 825 Los Angeles)

POLYHEDRON




Formed Acrylic + Mirror

Wall Sculpture




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POLYHEDRON : ART + REALITY ARE ONE






Installation Image : Gallery 825 Los Angeles



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Polyhedra


POLYHEDRON






Acrylic + Mirror


30 x 30 x 30 on Acrylic Base













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Over the Rainbow


POLYHEDRON







Formed Acrylic


30 x 36 x 30














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Forms in Space

POLYHEDRON

Acrylic + Mirror

36 x 48 x 42








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Infinity Pyramid II


POLYHEDRON 

Collection of Wonder Museum Chicago




Acrylic + Mirror


74 x 44 x 44








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Infinity Cube (Detail)


POLYHEDRON



Acrylic + Mirror


74 x 44 x 44






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Installation Image : PRISM Solo Exhibit LA Artcore Los Angeles











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Polyhedron:  Art + Reality Are One

Installation: Gallery 825 , Los Angeles














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POLYHEDRON : ART + REALITY ARE ONE



Light defines how we perceive ourselves and objects in space.

Geometry and spatial relationships are a part of our built environment and daily life.


"As you stand and stare, fixing your hair, posing for a photo- 

You unwittingly become part of this work. 

Lying dormant waiting for you to fall into its gaze, 

the mirror,

 captures the environment 

and translates it into art itself. 

As you see your reflection

 within the geometric Polyhedron, 

your role as a spectator 

changes into the subject, 

relating your own human scale 

to the solid shapes formed in the projected space."

I consider my works constructions that parallel the physics of light,

and its’ chroma

through geometric form

 and the tensions of our own movement through space.

Influenced by architecture, futurist & expressionist dynamics; as well as the sleek lines

of modernist design, I investigate purist forms, hue and value creating immersive environments.

Inspired by the PRISM series, POLYHEDRON transforms the paintings from static, 

self- contained objects, 

to open and playful mazes for immersive visual experience

embedding human scale and all perceptive senses.



Artist Profile, Seda Saar, Sphere I


P O L Y H E D R O N

ART + REALITY ARE ONE

Gallery 825, April 2016 Los Angeles

P R I S M

S O L O E X H I B I T I O N

LA ARTCORE, June 2015 LOS ANGELES

Seda Saar_Press Release_ Polyhedron.docx

Artist Talk Wednesday , May 4th 7 PM

HOLLYWOOD , CA LAAA/ Gallery 825 is pleased to present solo exhibition by Los Angeles artist: SEDA SAAR in its Wurdeman Gallery. Saar’s investigation into the nature of perception is distilled by the artist’s subject of spatial environment as a phenomena of real and imagined forms. Saar materializes this as dialog between an object and its representation using mirrored and transparent surfaces that bring attention to both its physicality and multiplying forms created by its reflection. Saar gives the viewer a central role as their images are reflected back in each piece, implicated within a framework of society, architecture, nature and technology. Saar’s work belongs to the lineage of Southern California’s Light and Space Movement that began in the 1960’s and rode a wave of interest in the perceptual and phenomenological effects of color and material.