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  “Intersculpt,” Manchester
Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, England, 19    99 Group exhibition  



    I was invited to participate in a 3-D computer-generated art
project by the University of Central Lancashire, England, and the Joint
Technology Applications Program to make artworks using the new technologies of
rapid prototyping. This exhibition was the culmination of the project. These
rapid-prototyped works explored the potential of developing some of the
imagined structures that have been elaborated from a starting point using a
found object. Using a computer to draw the form that would be created using
rapid prototype techniques allowed me to compare hand-crafted, emphatically
present forms in the physical world with computer-generated sculptures.  





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“Intersculpt,” Manchester Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, England, 19

99 Group exhibition

 I was invited to participate in a 3-D computer-generated art project by the University of Central Lancashire, England, and the Joint Technology Applications Program to make artworks using the new technologies of rapid prototyping. This exhibition was the culmination of the project. These rapid-prototyped works explored the potential of developing some of the imagined structures that have been elaborated from a starting point using a found object. Using a computer to draw the form that would be created using rapid prototype techniques allowed me to compare hand-crafted, emphatically present forms in the physical world with computer-generated sculptures.

Splash - rapid prototype using laser sintered nylon, 9.5 x 8.5 inches, 1998-9.jpg
Untitled - rapid prototype using laser sintered nylon, 8 x 8 x 8 inches, 1999.jpg

“Intersculpt,” Manchester Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, England, 19

99 Group exhibition

 I was invited to participate in a 3-D computer-generated art project by the University of Central Lancashire, England, and the Joint Technology Applications Program to make artworks using the new technologies of rapid prototyping. This exhibition was the culmination of the project. These rapid-prototyped works explored the potential of developing some of the imagined structures that have been elaborated from a starting point using a found object. Using a computer to draw the form that would be created using rapid prototype techniques allowed me to compare hand-crafted, emphatically present forms in the physical world with computer-generated sculptures.

  “Intersculpt,” Manchester
Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, England, 19    99 Group exhibition  



    I was invited to participate in a 3-D computer-generated art
project by the University of Central Lancashire, England, and the Joint
Technology Applications Program to make artworks using the new technologies of
rapid prototyping. This exhibition was the culmination of the project. These
rapid-prototyped works explored the potential of developing some of the
imagined structures that have been elaborated from a starting point using a
found object. Using a computer to draw the form that would be created using
rapid prototype techniques allowed me to compare hand-crafted, emphatically
present forms in the physical world with computer-generated sculptures.  





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Splash - rapid prototype using laser sintered nylon, 9.5 x 8.5 inches, 1998-9.jpg
Untitled - rapid prototype using laser sintered nylon, 8 x 8 x 8 inches, 1999.jpg