by Jelica Cicic

The MULTIPASS project is a metaphysical and minimalistic approach to multimedia art, exploring how simple geometric objects interact in different designs.

The artwork is based on the principles of morphology (mathematical) and inspired by the vertical and horizontal aspects of spiral forms. Thus, it is rich in patterns and mathematical progressions, in constant, hypnotic motion.


Exhibition Photos

September 2011

MLB Expositieruimte
Witte de Withstraat 32 A
Amsterdam (De Baarsjes)
3D Puzzles

3D puzzles are designed to challenge, provoke and stimulate the imagination and creativity for people of any age, gender, social or intellectual level.

The puzzles are solved when achieving a particular combination, starting from a random (scrambled) combination. The solution must be some recognisable pattern. The recognition of patterns, the ability to change them and to create new ones, is all part of the transformation of any individual’s life.


Haramaki 'belly warmer' can be worn as to be put on the front of the midriff and then fastened behind with cords, or, it can be as a circular tube of fabric, much like a tube top, only worn around the midriff as opposed to the chest.

Haramaki was a component of the samurai class attire primarily during the Sengoku period (16th century) of Japan as belly protector, generally made of silk, and lined with various materials.


The tangram (Chinese: pinyin; literally “seven boards of skill”) is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat shapes, called tans, which are put together to form shapes. The objective of the puzzle is to form a specific shape (given only an outline or silhouette) using all seven pieces, which may not overlap. It was originally invented in China at some unknown point in history, and then carried over to Europe by trading ships in the early 19th century.

Cube: 3D Puzzles Combinations
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