This combination uses the solid structure of MDF to organize and secure the Bristol paper in a pattern.
This combination was originally meant to display Rockite’s ability to fully enclose spaces and how glass provides a visual opening while keeping the void closed off. However during the casting process the rockite set much quicker than expected and prevented me from establishing the relationship I wanted to demonstrate.
This combination was meant to explore the ability to cast existing objects within plaster.
This combination was explores the structural capacity of basswood sticks while also exploring the topographical nature of length/height variation, this was established by using a plastic barrier that met where a basswood stick would end.
This combination is another exploration of structural capacity, this time within flexible steel wire. The black plastic bag is meant to be a skin, however better methods of keeping the bag taught on the wire frame will have to be discovered.