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...excerpts from my studio work at cranbrook...

Dive Into Repetition [ends...] [orig. posted 2005.01.31 at 01:01 AM]

Dive Into Repetition: A Collaboration
well... a week ago last friday was the official closing of the week long Dive Into Repetition forum gallery show. you can see the poster here and i've added a photo album on the sidebar [or click here] that shows a couple shots from my piece [a collaboration with ben teague from ceramics and andy weitnauer from architecture]... there may be more photos of the show on some of the other blogs... [the other architecture students participating in the show were dharmesh patel, jeff sturges, marty mcelveen, paul puzzello, and mikolaj szoska]

you can also see some of the progress photos in the previous posts and in this photo album [Ceramics Collaboration]

i also had a crit on this project last friday and some pictures of the installation in the architecture studio are shown in the photo album with gallery show. as always there is the possibility of this project being resurrected again at a later date, but for now it is completed. we produced 60 bricks [30 each of the two shapes] using the cardboard forms and two glazes [it's kind of amazing the variation we got from the red glaze].

the question of tolerance and precision came up before, during, and after my crit and i think it is central to my work... stay tuned for further developments and formulations of this idea and how it will be explored.

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