Donald Judd once referred to Enrico Castellani as "the father of minimalism". Castellani died on the 19th December 2018.
A look inside Richard Deacon's studio from TateShots
I've posted before about Hilary Berseth's sculptures which he makes by placing armatures into bee hives but the 3B Printing Project takes this a step further by using 3B printed moulds. It's an ad for honey but worth a look anyway. The first minute of the video is about beekeeping, the sculpture part starts after that. via Make
Aleksandr Rodchenko, Spatial Construction no. 12, c. 1920. Plywood, open construction partially painted with aluminum paint, and wire, 24 x 33 x 18 1/2" (61 x 83.7 x 47 cm).
Tentamen was a group exhibition in a Georgian House at 13 North Great George's Street. Below are some images of my work and a video walkthrough of the show.
The exhibition also featured the work of Lucy Andrews, Alan Butler, Joseph Coveney, Aoibheann Greenan, David Eager Maher and John O’Connell.
Andreas Wilder makes large sculptures by stacking lengths of timber. Many of these are temporary and as the projects end they are knocked down like dominoes.
More about Aeneas Wilder's work
Original pencil drawing on tracing paper. This was scanned and turned in a vector in Illustrator.
Pieces being cut from 4mm birch ply.
The sculpture as a wall mounted piece.
This turned out to be a stubborn piece of ply and required 3 passes of the laser to fully cut through. This resulted in more orange staining (caused by smoke) then would typically be the case, though I quite like the added variation in colouring.