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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.
A cube that can be made by hand from a square of paper.
The ability of the laser cutting process to cut lines of very narrow width, enables components to be fitted with very close tolerances, while producing delicate parts that might not withstand the s
While object 50, and object 54, for instance, use their mass and material presence to describe spheres, this object, along with object 5, use translucency, lightness, and reflectivity to find other
The loose ball bearing in object 31 is fixed this time, inside a cast of clear polyester resin.
P.V.C. sheet, here 0.6mm thick, can be readily vacuum formed into hemispheres.
All glass may be formed in a kiln to some extent, where as glass that is fused to each other, as in the coloured strips shown in this sphere, is best achieved with some guarantee of manufacturer co
Glass wax melts at a higher temperature than most waxes, but has the advantage of remaining clear, this providing opportunity for effects similar to that of glass itself, but with a greater workabi
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