“Hear the Velvet Underground fade to static on a laser-cut wooden record” by Amanda Ghassaei (2013)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — gsadler @ 3:28 am

wooden record

Ghassaei has used various materials to make record, in her most recent project she has used sheets of maple wood in which a laser cutter makes the grooves for a music track. Only about one song can fit on each side of the 12 in sheet because of the thickness of the laser beam. Listening to the final product really completes the project as art.



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