“The Golden Ratio’s Cobweb” is part of the series “The Architect Spider” where the spider decided to homage humans. It... Read More
Golden Ratio’s Cobweb” is part of the series “The Architect
Spider” where the spider decided to homage humans. It is known that the cobwebs
have already inspired mankind to build some of their projects in various
scientific areas. In this series, the spider builds its webs inspired by human
constructions in an ecological version. This time, it’s nature that borrows the
The Golden ratio is an irrational real algebraic
constant denoted by the Greek letter Φ (Phi), in honor of the sculptor Phideas,
who used it as a criterion to design the Parthenon with the value rounded to
three decimal places of 1,618. This Golden number has stimulated the curiosity
of many mathematicians - Euclide, Fibonacci etc. - for a long time. Lots of them
considered it an offer from God to the world, since it appear, as a spiral, in
many things throughout in nature.
That is why it is also known as divine proportion and
when used in the arts - music, painting, sculpture etc. - it promotes organic
and natural-looking compositions that are aesthetically pleasing to the eyes
and ears. That is the reason many artists – Phideas, Leonardo da Vinci,
Salvador Dali etc. - used it in their artworks.
Besides all that, the architect spider knows that
everything in the Universe is energetically connected and that the stars and planets
seen in it that appear to be separated from one another, aren’t separeted at
all. This time, she borrowed God’s idea so she build a solar system supported
by a web to teaches us that everything in the Universe is connected and, the
shape of the golden ration spiral figure is to remind humanity of the divine
creation’s best solution, which includes aesthetic, beauty and, consequently...
LOVE. The butterfly is a witness !
This artwork It’s a homage to all mathematicians and
all artists across the Universe.