Connecting the world through art
We are creating what will one day be recognized as the largest art installation in the world using data visualization and sculpture, centered around the infinite number sequence of Pi. We began this process in 2017 on International Pi Day 3/14/17. In the first year alone, PI Project is tracking over 250 sculptures spanning the world across 5 continents. From Vietnam, Japan, France, Brazil, and Australia to all over the US. In total, the project is in 15 countries and 20 US states
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Pi Project is a multifaceted, multi-decade long project combining sculpture, mathematical concept, data visualization, geolocation and web based media. Artists Chris Klapper and Patrick Gallagher are continuing this process by hand casting sculptures of each individual number along the infinite number sequence.
Connecting the world through art, PI Project connects a network of its global collectors though geolocation and data visualization. As the artwork ships around the world, each sculpture is identified on a web based interactive world map pinpointing three elements: the geolocations, the individual numbers and their specific position along the sequence of the most famous of transcendental numbers.
This installation is available to everyone.
Follow the link below to become a part of the largest art installation in the world by collecting your very own piece of PI.
Interactive project map
(Hover over each # to see geo-location)
Tracking the project through online sales and promoting it on social media, this will be an infinite series — continuously updated and always adaptive. Each year will bring new sets of numbers and new ways of visualizing the data.
PI Project is part of a much larger series called Real Numbers, a new minimalist approach to exploring the poetry of numbers.
Follow the link below to become a global collector.