Digital Media: Models

Shichen And Tracy

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We were interested in the dihcotomic notions of the soft and rigid materials influencing each other. Through a similar simulation in digital and physical space, materiality performances in the two realms start to diverge and allow for architectural opportunities to emerge. As a continuation from the previous experimentation, the physical objects produced are a representation of an ever-changing form. By imagining the same material strength, the rigid 3D printed structure is influenced and altered by the growing soft material, becoming the secondary layer of the installation. The goal of the experimentation is to allow the structural component of the model constantly oscillating between the two objects.




A photograph taken by Digital Media: Models
A photograph taken by Digital Media: Models
A photograph taken by Digital Media: Models
A photograph taken by Digital Media: Models
A photograph taken by Digital Media: Models
Materials: Metal Wire, Plaster, Balloon

Materials: Metal Wire, Plaster, Balloon

Material: Wax, Deserted 3D Prints

Material: Wax, Deserted 3D Prints

Materials: Wax, Deserted 3D Print

Materials: Wax, Deserted 3D Print

Materials: Wax, Deserted 3D Prints

Materials: Wax, Deserted 3D Prints