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Nov152010

The Henrich Emille Cuboids

“A series of ancient black granite-like sentient cuboids, found in the ruins of a pre-human structure in Northern Sabha, Africa, by Robert Emille and Herbert Henrich. Made from an unknown exotic mineral. In one side of each cuboid is a coiled hole. by looking into the hole, it is immediately noticeable that the internal space is larger than the outside. Exposure to these objects causes conical shaped holes to open in the flesh. Known as Foris spiralis crystallina or Coil Syndrome. These wounds appear to occupy other planes of reality, not unlike the space within the cuboids.”

 

More pictures and story at alexcf.com

Just a quick note to say that I am looking for a new studio to work from in East London, If anyone has a space or knows of a space please get in touch at alex.cf(at)hotmail.co.uk.

I am also looking to take my work to a new medium of interactive experience. I am looking for hands on working, maquettes, set design etc. This is a passion project, so no cash as of yet but if it works out, who knows. If you are interested in getting involved, email me at the above email. cheers! alex

 

 

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Reader Comments (2)

Fantastic. A really unique piece.

November 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJim Pavelec

Heh, I just deleted my third spam comment of the morning.:)
Anyway, this is awesome! The idea of a multi-dimensional object that is larger on the inside than the outside is an awesome one, at once Lovecraftian and hardcore sci-fi. Gene Wolfe once wrote a story in which people borrowed space from between galaxies to make the interiors of their homes larger than the exteriors. But anyway, the idea of such an object causing multi-dimensional wounds is fascinating and startlingly original. Great stuff!

November 18, 2010 | Registered CommenterCory Trego-Erdner (Moai)

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