Tagged: Sculpture

Gail Romanes fingertip sized baskets

Creative basketry summer show at City Lit

I went to this show by accident, and am so glad I did. Far from being all wicker baskets and corn dollies, it had some really interesting forms made from all kinds of materials...

Material experiments; metal and concrete

Researching possibilities of using metals embedded in concrete. I like how some of the metal shapes are a bit hidden; it goes with an idea I am looking at about fossils.

Fortune teller I – maquette

With a normal paper fortune teller, you can pick a new ‘fortune’ or fate over and over by picking a different colour or number. I wanted to make a monumental version that would be...

Light Corner

A site specific sculpture, using a dark corner as the starting point. I’d been curious about creating form using light or shadow, so I took the shadows of a corner and ‘reflected’ them outwards, creating...

Collaborative sculpture & Oblique Strategies

Using a combination of the round-the-clock format (each person contributes for a set period of time – in our case, minutes!) on a series of projects and using prompts from Eno/Schmidt’s Oblique Strategies, we...

Laura Buckley’s walk-in kaleidescope

I managed to persuade a fellow visitor to pose his silhouette between the projected films and the screen of Laura Buckley‘s ‘Fata Morgana‘. He didn’t believe me that we were allowed to get inside...

Adaptive Architecture

Reactive (to light, touch, movement..) canopies created by students at the AA D_lab workshop, shown at the Kinetica Art Fair 2012

plaster and rubber casts of garlic bulbs

Plaster casts of garlic bulb and cloves. Also cast them in (hot) rubber which made for weird aromas as the Vinamold is already vanilla- or almond-scented and the garlic started to cook with the...

Cardboard-GlueGun-Spraypaint

Sculpture: 2D to 3D and back again

Or, any excuse to get the glue gun & spraypaints out :). Was interested in taking something flat, constructing with it, and reverting it back to flat again. Very much process based. (I am...