Fabrication: Works on Paper and 3D Printed Sculpture

Peter NELSON (Art Historian)

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Abstract

A group exhibition curated by Daniel Press and Sarah Eddowes. The core idea is how drawing terminology – sketching, line, depth, and layering – complements the potential of digital fabrication. Artists experiment with human/machine interplays in ways where the line between the two becomes blurred, with Fabrication acting as a prompt to explore themes of the fake, the deceptive, and trickery; while also offering potential for the imagined, fantasies, myth, and storytelling.

Group Show / FABRICATION features the work of Chantelle Baistow, Mark Booth, David Eastwood, Sarah Eddowes, James Gardiner, Liam Houlihan, Danielah Martinez, Chloe McFadden, Adrian Mok, Peter Nelson, Daniel Press, Alexander Tohid, and Alexander Veddovi-McCaughan.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSydney, Australia
PublisherDrawspace Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Media of outputOther
SizeWorks on Paper and 3D Printed Sculpture
Publication statusPublished - 2 May 2024

User-Defined Keywords

  • Exhibition
  • Digital fabrication
  • Art
  • 3D printing
  • Machine learning

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