Virtually Sculpture by Michael Shaw.
Virtually Sculpture presents digitally induced sculptures and a series of animated films of virtual and inflatable sculptures and drawings. It explores the opportunities of computer aided design on the creation of sculpture and the potential for animation to heighten the reality of two-dimensional representations of three-dimensional forms, manifested in PVC, resin, wax and nylon. Virtually Sculpture transfers gallery space, the artwork and the viewer's experience.
Virtually Sculpture is the culmination of Michael Shaw's three year fellowship hosted at Loughborough University exploring the sculptural potential of computer aided design and manufacture to extend Donald Judd's concept, Specific Objects. It is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Preview in the Big Day Out festival: Sat 27 June, 1pm - 9.30pm
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