Two Chairs and a Conversation Part I: “Et Tu, Brute?” by Rachel Min (2013)

CNC Router — rachelhmin @ 2:25 am

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I wanted my conversation to be between Julius Caesar and Brutus. I made one chair with an open circle as the back because I wanted it to symbolize how Julius trusted Brutus. His back was wide open. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do for Brutus’s chair, but I realized that Brutus himself was the same as Julius. A huge part of the play is the parallelism between Brutus and Caesar, and I wanted to portray that through the same chair. I will be adding people underneath the chair to represent the mob mentality in the play, and I do intend to make that a bit different for Brutus and Caesar.

2 Comments »

  1. details:
    some of your images are sideways
    the spacing between your images are inconsistent
    please fix them.

    Comment by Ali momeni — November 17, 2013 @ 9:41 pm
  2. details:
    choosing “cnc router” as category makes it seem like you think this prototype was made with a cnc router; please change to laser cutter

    also, add the “student work” category to your work can be found by others.

    Comment by Ali momeni — November 17, 2013 @ 9:44 pm

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