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studiorunoff:

at tricia’s smash it town
Apr 13, 2014 / 3 notes

studiorunoff:

at tricia’s smash it town

Apr 12, 2014 / 2,381 notes
theories-of:

Richard Hughes
Apr 12, 2014 / 34 notes
fyeahwomenartists:

Sheila Hicks Lianes de Beauvais (2011) Cotton wrapped with triple-dyed linen
Apr 10, 2014 / 104 notes

fyeahwomenartists:


Sheila Hicks
Lianes de Beauvais (2011)
Cotton wrapped with triple-dyed linen

fyeahwomenartists:

Esther Ruiz
Double Shadow (2011)
Concrete / Plexiglas / Agate Slice
Apr 9, 2014 / 533 notes

fyeahwomenartists:

Esther Ruiz

Double Shadow (2011)

Concrete / Plexiglas / Agate Slice

Thank you Forest City Gallery for a great opening!
Apr 4, 2014 / 2 notes

Thank you Forest City Gallery for a great opening!

Apr 3, 2014 / 238 notes
exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Djordje Ozbolt - Mens sana in corpore sano, 2014
dyed polyester resin and mirrored perspex
205 x 60 x 63 cm / 80.7 x 23.6 x 24.8 in
Apr 3, 2014 / 24 notes

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Djordje Ozbolt - Mens sana in corpore sano, 2014

dyed polyester resin and mirrored perspex

205 x 60 x 63 cm / 80.7 x 23.6 x 24.8 in

Cutting Edge is a large-scale subtractive manufacturing process that enables the creation of custom furniture. Based on foam-cutting technology, designer Martijn Rigters developed a dynamic frame in which four hot wires can be shifted in place to create varying profiles within rectangular blocks of expanded polystyrene (EPS).
Reminiscent of time-lapse photographs or the motion implied in Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2, the furniture created by Rigters’ process reveals the many gradual, incremental shifts in geometry that result from the user’s manipulation of the frame profile. The end result is a unique object that records the design decisions made during the process of its fabrication.
http://transmaterial.net/cutting-edge/
Apr 2, 2014 / 1 note

Cutting Edge is a large-scale subtractive manufacturing process that enables the creation of custom furniture. Based on foam-cutting technology, designer Martijn Rigters developed a dynamic frame in which four hot wires can be shifted in place to create varying profiles within rectangular blocks of expanded polystyrene (EPS).

Reminiscent of time-lapse photographs or the motion implied in Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2, the furniture created by Rigters’ process reveals the many gradual, incremental shifts in geometry that result from the user’s manipulation of the frame profile. The end result is a unique object that records the design decisions made during the process of its fabrication.

http://transmaterial.net/cutting-edge/

Mirrored Reflections installed in Montreal as part of Vu d’ici. Thanks to Studio Beluga!
Mar 31, 2014

Mirrored Reflections installed in Montreal as part of Vu d’ici. Thanks to Studio Beluga!

Installing at forest city gallery London.
Mar 30, 2014 / 1 note

Installing at forest city gallery London.

Mar 28, 2014 / 1 note