The work developed at my residency at the Fabrication Lab at Westminster University with the support of the A-N artist development bursary, went into my workshop The Big Data Cut-Up at the annual Fabfest “Digital City” festival at the P3 […]
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Following from my last post, in which I talked about turning a 2D drawing into a 3D model, and back into a 2 plan for the laser cutter to work on, the next step is assembling the models. After a […]
Creating digitally fabricated objects from everyday body movement includes modelling such actions in a 3D environment. To create a basic shape, I first traced my footsteps around the kitchen space while making porridge. I could also have traced my hands, […]
My first experiment with drawing in Rhino will the laser in mind as tool, was a turning a series of drawings tracing everyday actions such as cooking porridge, school run, and talking on the phone into 3D objects using the modelling software […]
Working on the topic of digital data and how to explore its role in contemporary society, I have approached this subject from a number of perspectives. I have listened to people’s stories of working with data or giving it away, I […]
Currently featured on the a-n Instagram, the work of a-n member Dr Catherine Baker involves collaborations with clinical science practitioners and patients, and contributes to different fields of study. Richard Taylor finds out more.