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Twisted Infinity & Rhizome - Louisa Magrics

About the Work


My crochet sculptures are a visual exploration of the intricate interplay between scale and bifurcation, inviting viewers to contemplate the mesmerizing beauty of mathematical patterns in nature. These two pieces are a testament to the power of creativity and craftsmanship, crafted meticulously with hook sizes ranging from 4mm to 9mm. Through the thoughtful selection of hook sizes, I carefully build up the density within the forms, creating an embedded structure using only yarn as my medium.

As I unravel the threads of mathematics, scale, repeating patterns, and bifurcation, my crochet sculptures invite you to dive into a world where art and science coalesce, where the beauty of nature's mathematical symphonies takes center stage.

Blackstone Gallery.

470 Hunter St, Newcastle NSW 2300

Exhibition open

1st - 5th November 

Opening Night

Friday, 3rd November

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 

Time and Date

Dr. Louisa Magrics is an academic, musician and installation artist with a PhD in Fine Art from the University of Newcastle, Australia.


Louisa's work is often characterized by a profound connection to nature and the human experience. Her pieces reflect her keen observation of the world's intricate patterns and the interconnectedness of life.


As an artist, Louisa Magrics invites you to join her on a visual and emotional journey through her vibrant and thought-provoking creations, where each piece is a testament to her unwavering dedication to the world of art and its boundless possibilities.

Artist Bio

Chromatic Festival and The University of Newcastle acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal Nation, Darkinjung Nation, Biripai Nation, Worimi Nation, Wonnarua Nation and Eora Nation. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.


Chromatic Festival and The University of Newcastle recognise that First Nations sovereignty was never ceded. This continent always was and always will be Aboriginal Land. 


We respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, and continuing relationship with the land, and recognise that they are the proud survivors of more than two hundred years of dispossession.

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