invader: ‘top io’ solo exhibition
jonathan levine gallery, new york
june 27 – july 25, 2009


half florence rey, 2005
60x72x5.5cm

© invader

the classic strategy game never ceases to amaze, the rubik’s cube is
an 80s game made from colored squares. it’s a fascinating object, as it’s
both extremely simple and extremely complex. did you know there are over
43 billion possible permutations for a rubik’s cube?
french artist invader uses the rubik’s cube like an artist uses paint.

here is the preview of invader’s most recent work.

green rubik phantom , 2007
84x78x5.5 cm
© invader


mario divided, 2005
2 times 44x44x5.5cm
© invader



roiro, 2005
26x42x18cm
© inavader


oifi2, 2005
44x34x11cm
© invader


rubik targer, 2006
88x105x5.5cm
© invader


rubik ingres, 2006
83x143x5.5cm
© invader


rubik mona lisa, 2005
121x83x5.5cm
© invader

catalogue available here

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