19.31 by Kaufman 80×80cm

## Posts Tagged ‘painting’

### Interlaced

Kaufman´09

“Interlaced”

Acrilic paint on wood.

100×100cm.

Kaufman´09

“Interlaced - Description”

32×27cm.

Kaufman´09

“Interlaced - Sculpture”

Chess Board + drawing pins + tape.

35×35cm.

### NY-T

Kaufman´10

“NY-T”

Acrilic paint on wood.

83×100cm.

### 4×4

Kaufman´10

“4X4”

Acrilic paint on wood.

62×110cm.

### X

Kaufman´10

“X”

Acrilic paint on wood.

58×110cm.

### 13

Kaufman´10

“13”

Acrilic paint on wood.

53×50cm.

Process Pics of the Painting.

### NEGATIVO

Kaufman´09

“Negativo”

Acrylic paint and spray on wood, signed and framed.

39×34cm.

### NINE

Kaufman´09

“Nine”

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed.

62×62cm.

*Rubik Cube

### CUATRO RECTO

Kaufman´09

“Cuatro Recto”

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed.

62×62cm.

### LEGO

Kaufman´09

“Lego”

Sculpture of 1950 pieces of Lego. Signed and framed.

45 x 45 cm.

### 3X2X1

Kaufman´09

“3X2X1” Composition of 6 paintings

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed

40 x 40 cm.

Kaufman´09

“Pyssla”

Pyssla composition signed and framed.

24x 93cm.

*detail

*Rubik Cube

Description:

Permutations is all the possible outcomes of a given value. For example, if you were given three colors (red (r), blue (b), and yellow (y)) and were asked to find possible arrangements of them, you would find 6 possible arrangements: rby, ryb, byr, bry, yrb, ybr.

In a permutation, the order of the objects in the group is important. Using the same example above, we are given three different colors (red (r), blue(b), and yellow (y)). If we were just given red (r), then there would be only one way to arrange it: red. However, when blue (b) is thrown in the mix, there are now two ways to arrange these two colors: rb or br. And now, when a third color is thrown in (yellow (y)), then there are now six possible outcomes, as stated above. The amount of permutations of the 3 colors is equal to 3 x 2 x 1, which equals 6. This is also equal to the factorial of 3:

3! = 3 x 2 x 1 = 6

The general formula for a permutation of n items is:

n x (n - 1) x (n - 2) x (n - 3) x … x 1

This is also called the n factorial, and is written like this:

n!

### OXO

Kaufman´09

“OXO”

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed

40 x 40 cm.

### Red Cross

Kaufman´09

“Red Cross”

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed

70 x 70 cm.

*Rubik Cube

### Ludo

Kaufman´09

“LUDO” Composition of 4 paintings

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed

40 x 40 cm. Each one

### Intersection 01 & 02

Kaufman´09

“INTERSECTION” (Díptico)

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed

60 x 60 cm. each one.

### Tetra

Kaufman´09

“TETRA 01”

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed

40 x 28 cm.

Kaufman´09

“TETRA 02”

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed

40 x 34 cm.

Kaufman´09

“Tetra cubes ” 5 sculptures

59×20×18cm.

### Six

Kaufman´09

“SIX”

Acrylic paint on wood, signed and framed

40 x 40 cm.

Kaufman´09

“SIX - SCULPTURE”

Wood composition of 15 cubes.

12×9×9cm.

Kaufman´09

“Six - Description”

13×15,5cm.