Eternity: by Mike Fleming and Alicia Eggert


 

Sheila Pepe

3D Design: Create an imaginary box for specific contents

Today: We will look at this exhibition “Freeing the Line” and specifically the work of JOELLE TUERLINCKX as we design imaginary containers for real objects:
The exhibit:
“Freeing the Line” at Marian Goodman Gallery, 2006
http://www.mariangoodman.com/exhibitions/2006-06-22_freeing-the-line/#
 
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Ruth Asawa

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One of the most under-recognized and influential sculptors of the 20th century, Ruth Asawa, passed away on August 5th, 2013. She is best known for her intricately constructed wire abstractions.

 

 
“I was interested in it because of the economy of a line, making something in space, enclosing it without blocking it out…It’s still transparent. I realized that if I was going to make these forms, which interlock and interweave, it can only be done with a line because a line can go anywhere.”
 

 
A link to her NY Times obituary:http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/18/arts/design/ruth-asawa-an-artist-who-wove-wire-dies-at-87.html?smid=fb-share
 
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Arthur Ganson: Kinetic Sculptures

Pablo Picasso’s light drawings, 1949

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David Smith’s Australia

David Roland Smith (March 9, 1906 – May 23, 1965) was an American Abstract Expressionist sculptor and painter, best known for creating large steel abstract geometric sculptures.
 

Australia, 1951

 

E.V. Day

Attn 3D: Where to buy wire for crochet online?

Audiovisual installation for 15 differently tuned pianos..

Thinking about line in space…
 

Sharon Louden

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