Two Chairs and a Conversatoin: “There are two stools in this room” by Will Taylor (2013)

Laser Cutter,Student Work,Uncategorized — Tags: , — Will Taylor @ 6:54 am

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stool3For this piece, one stool will be placed in a room. As a participant enters the room, I will tell them there are two stools in the room that they must find. One of the stools does not exist. From there on, I will track the movement of the participant throughout the environment. The piece contains several conversations, one of which being the conversation between the participant and the environment. Once I have gathered enough data, I will create a visual representation of participants’ interaction with the physical stool and the environment.

Imaginary Landscape: “The Embodiment of Frustration” by Will Taylor

Laser Cutter,Student Work — Tags: , , , — Will Taylor @ 5:57 pm

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Ever have one of those weeks when you’re so frustrated that you just want to jump off a bridge? This past week I sure did. “The Embodiment of Frustration” is a piece that encompasses my struggle with negative feelings and emotions.

 

Overall, creating this piece was immensely therapeutic. The process began as I was leaving Doherty late Wednesday night. Upon exiting the building, I was greeted by cold autumn rain. I had no umbrella, hood, or plastic to cover my project. I was so beaten down by this point that I decided to accept the situation for what it was and trudge through the rain.

 

When I got back to my dorm, drenched from head to toe, I knew that I needed to find a creative outlet in order to feel better. I decided to express my frustrations in a physical way by writing horrible, disgusting thoughts onto lotus leaves made from cardboard and Masonite. I utilized the materials stylistically by writing my less-significant problems on cardboard leaves and more impactful issues on Masonite. After expressing over 75 negative thoughts, I broke each leaf in half and put them in the box. This box now embodied my negativity and emotions, but wouldn’t contain them completely because of the holes cut into the sides.

 

After creating this landscape, I created a series of photographs depicting environments I associate with the negative energies now represented by this box. The use of this object in each space allowed me to view my negativity from a different perspective. In an act of liberation, I ended the series by throwing my problems off a bridge. This brought about a feeling of liberation and closure.

Laser Cutter Example: -Untitled- by Briony Cloke

Laser-cut-3This piece was made by laser cutting holes into plywood, then laser cutting the shape of a butterfly. The piece was then mounted onto glass, which creates depth by adding shadows and reflections.

Laser Cutter Example “Emily Gray” by Heritage Inlay Design

Emily GrayThe piece was made by cutting each value in a different color acrylic. The artist then layered the acrylic to form the image. This is similar to printmaking.

 

Laser Cutter Example: “untitled” by Scott Campbell

Laser-cut-1This piece was created by laser cutting a design into 1 dollar bills. The bills were then stacked to form a layered image. The image of Jesus cut into money is very impactful to the viewer.

Laser Cutter Example: “The T-Shirt Issue” by Mashallah Design and Linda Kostowski (2013)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — Tags: , , , — madelinefinn @ 10:13 am

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The artists Mashallah Design and Linda Kostowski collaborated to create a T-Shirt design. They created surfaces that fit together 3dimensionally that were later sewn together.

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mashallah.nu

www.dezeen.com/2008/09/29/the-t-shirt-issue-by-mashallah-design-linda-kostowski/

 

Laser Cutter Example: “Laser Cut Record” by Amanda Ghassaei (2013)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — Tags: , , , — madelinefinn @ 10:06 am

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Amanda Ghassaei has utilized the laser cutter to create a record. Her material is wood and the record player is able to read it and play back music from the precise lines that were etched.

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www.amandaghassaei.com

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