This exhibition focused on the use of the fabrication technology of a Computer Numeric Controlled Router as an extension of the drawing process. The project has explored how abstract marks and details gathered from sketchbooks are transformed as the marks are worked through what I describe as “conceptual filters.” Drawing in a sketchbook is an immediate act that starts in the head and moves to hand as the mark is drawn. The abstract marks were then be scanned and brought into digital format where it is readied for the CNC Router to fabricate. The machine then takes the abstract mark and transforms it in both scale and in material as the mark is carved out of plywood and made three-dimensional. These elements when assembled will create a hybrid between painting and sculpture process.
HR – Eskenazi Hall (Herron)
Room: Basile Gallery
735 W. New York St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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