Aluminum alloy wire sculpture, with soft, fluffy yarn knotted the whole length.
Honoring mathematician and electrical engineer Lotfi Zadeh, inventor of Fuzzy Logic. This is one of a series of wire sculptures honoring mathematicians, including Emmy Noether, William Hamilton, Copernicus, Kepler and others.
The sculpture can rest three different ways up, and the wire is a single loop which doesn't cross or touch at any point.
Fuzzy Logic [0,1] (Homage to Lotfi Zadeh)
The sculpture can be vacuumed with the small attachment, or, if absolutely neccessary, dipped in cold water briefly, swished around and then each section carefully squeezed with a towel, after which it should be allowed to air dry in a warm, dry place.