An installation of sculptural works by artists Yelena Filipchuk and Serge Beaulieu that investigates the influences of mathematics and geometry as well as the interconnections among physics, biological patterns, and ancient craft.

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August 6, 2021 - January 2, 2022

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Art Forum
3rd Floor

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Developed in partnership with Santa Cruz-based skateboard company NHS, this exhibition will highlight the largest collection of Jim Phillips studio art, largely unseen since 1984.

Debuting at the MAH, will launch the worldwide tour of this exhibition which will travel throughout 2021.

HYBYCOZO is short for The Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone and represents the artists ongoing journey investigating the myriad dimensions of geometry.

HYBYCOZO has permanent public artworks around the world from Dubai to Istanbul, Las Vegas, Sacramento, New Zealand, and the San Francisco Bay Area. They have shown globally in Singapore, Brazil, Australia, and Canada and have been exhibited with institutions such as The Smithsonian, Cincinnati Museum of Art, Oakland Museum of California, and Sharjah Museum of Art in the UAE.

"We love doing public art, where everyone can see and access the art. Through it we hope to bring some joy, light, and maybe a little curiosity to people’s day.”
—Serge Beaulieu

In addition to the exhibition, HYBYCOZO will also be part of the MAH's Frequency festival, September 21–24, 2023.

Header Image: HYBYCOZO by Yelena Filipchuk and Serge Beaulieu, Burning Man, NV, 2014. Photo by Lukasz Szczepanski.

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