MAIN IDEAS FOR INVESTIGATOR PROJECT- MATERIALS RESEARCH.

THE CHOSEN MATERIALS ARE PLASTER AND WOOD ,I WILL BE USING LASER CUTTER. The finish piece Will be a series of photos not the piece itself.

I am interested in the way the artists, shown above, use plaster, porcelain, cement and glass materials. I will use these works and their methods as inspiration for my ´Mirrow´ series. I will use a laser cutter to build the piece and use plaster to texture the piece or pieces I feel that the combination of these two factors will give me the best finish , some of the pieces will be painted like my Failed object in black and white. I plan to complete the rest of my series using porcelain and glass.

In addition to the physical pieces, I will create an exhibition wall made up of photographs of the pieces within the series. I can then display them in different ways to showcase each piece or a group of small pieces, I´m inspired by the way in which Edum de Waal does this, by placing mirrors around each of the displays.

What are the pieces telling?

SUSPENDET ,TENSION, NEGATIVE SPACE, SHAPE,MINIMAL.

HIDDEN-PRESENT

MIRROW- NOTHING IS OUT THERE AND EVERYTHING IS out there.

AS WITH IN SO WITHOUT.

´Mirrows´ series it makes references to the law of correspondece explained on the last block.

Explore different materials that are like mirrows. the idea is to deliver the message of fragility of live relations and distorted perceptions.

I am also interested in Suspensión and equilibrio in 3D shapes.

the outcomes can combine photos with objects making, with the research of materials.

-A Wall full of prototypes.Influence of Art brut and informalism.

-from the vomiting figures with paper , I Will do some more with the material Shrinkles and Paint in black the figure.

-The pieces ” 3 different backgrounds” Paint them in White and make a display and the final piece is a photo.

from the pieces made with the material shrinkles I can add plaster and them Paint on the the vomiting figure.

-Photo with the colour plastic with the vomiting figure and add some bright color underneath.

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