Laser Meets the Leaf: MEDA301 Proposal

Last Semester, I began a Digital Artefact called Lazy Susan Studio. It was through my involvement with the UOW Makerspace that I was introduced to laser cutting, and I began experimenting with a tool, and software, that I previously had little knowledge of. Research undertaken in related university subjects at the time initiated me toContinue reading “Laser Meets the Leaf: MEDA301 Proposal”

Evolution of Ideas: Final Project

Furthering development from last week’s iterations, my project has evolved after deliberation from classmates and brainstorming of ideas. I’m excited by the inputs that I received through collaboration as it enabled me to articulate my thoughts more clearly – as well as workshop the purpose of my work. Drawing on the notion of “abstraction intoContinue reading “Evolution of Ideas: Final Project”

‘Rubble’ in Paradise

//Concept// The works of Georg Nees have, from the beginning of this subject, been a source of inspiration due to their straight-edged, geometric and mathematical design. Conceptual artist Sol Lewitt famously described, with regard to instructional art, for the product of the artist to be “mentally interesting, yet emotionally dry”. I believe Nees’ computer generatedContinue reading “‘Rubble’ in Paradise”