This sculpture represents the entirety of the Zero Point designs, containing the geometry of every piece found within the collection. The cube is inspired by the cosmological landscape observed by the first known geometers: a flat, uniform space, as opposed to one which is concave or convex, in which Euclidean geometry is perfectly observed. In this landscape, objects in four or more dimensions can be accurately represented in lower dimensions. These representations are called high-dimensional analogs, because they are “analogous” to a lower-dimensional perspective. The Zero Point Cube is itself a high-dimensional analog, comprising twenty-seven tessellated hypercubes in a form familiar to our three-dimensional take on reality. Allow your mind’s eye to drift throughout the dimensions contained in the Zero Point Cube; their appearance is not an illusion.