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Clear acrylic offers an effective and relatively simple way of exploring the idea of containment, or of separating the viewer from an object.
An attempt to combine the cube and the sphere in one object.
Much good quality material can be sourced from items already made, used and then discarded.
A cube that can be made by hand from a square of paper.
Made from a used, disposable catering aluminium plate, part formed by hand, part by soft hammer and wooden block, the foil forms a box with satisfying rigidity, with a combination of sharply produc
Powered machinery such as routers or spindle moulders are common equipment in the construction and furniture trades, but can often be found in Art School workshops, particularly where picture frami
Inexpensive, and mixed with sand immensely strong, cement is a useful casting material that unlike plaster can be used for work to be situated out doors.
Plaster casting can often suggest a solid, bulky, physical kind of sculpture, where the cast is a facsimile of an original, often modelled in clay.
Visible on the top, near the front corner is the small hole necessary for the air contained within the cube, to escape as it expands during firing in the kiln.
Like its lighter and coarser textured relation object 27, styrofoam is easily shaped across all dimensions, but
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