HYBYCOZO is a collaborative installation arts collective made up of Serge Beaulieu and Yelena Filipchuk. Our work consists of larger than life sculptures with laser cut patterns that draw on inspirations from mathematics, science, and natural influences.

Our passion stems from one core impulse: to celebrate the inherent beauty of geometric form and pattern, and showcase them in ways that harmonizes the experience of sculpture, light, and shadow. We seek to create public installations that promote education and knowledge about geometric and scientific concepts, quite literally helping people see and think outside of the box. We hope the sculptures can serve as a gathering point for the community and a dynamic space to enjoy dynamic lighting interesting geometric form. We got our start experimenting with laser cutting and 3D printing and quickly realized that we were both extremely passionate about pushing the limits of these technologies to create art. Our interests in geometry and mathematics continued further drawing from influences as far reaching as high energy particle physics and Islamic geometry. Our work has been a journey to discover the influences of geometry on human culture and evolution, the interconnections between art and science, and develop a keen understanding of human perception. We hope to create a place of refuge and wonder, a place of contemplation and a place of celebration, but most of all a place to feel the language of the universe unfolding all around you.

Hybycozo installation artists members The Guild Kulturehaus