From 3D to 3D is a research project that involves traditional ceramics and technology to re-create a clay vessel at different scales and in different materials while trying to understand aesthetic and perceptions of value. With a background in Industrial Design, I have always been interested in technology and fabrication methods, three-dimensional (3D) printing being one of them. However, this often implies repetition and standardization, and as an artist I strive to create one-of-a-kind objects that include evidence associated with the making process. Part of my work is based on traditional forms that incorporate small alterations. I use one or two fingers to push or pinch a clay object in order to discover shapes and lines that change the original creation. The idea of subtle changes in everyday life, the fast moment in which we make a decision and how it affects the course of our time in this world is part of my inspiration.
Lozano, Erik O.; Selden, Lauren B.; and Selden, Robert Z. Jr., "From 3D to 3D" (2018). CRHR: Archaeology. 264.
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