sculpture

Erik and Martin Demaine - Folded Paper Sculptures

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Erik and Martin Demaine are a father and son who collaborate on mathematically derived curved and folded paper sculptures. Their work pictured above reminds me of the image I recently posted of a sculpture produced by a student of Josef Albers during a class in the 50s.

Martin is a mathematician and artist and residence at MIT where his son Erik is a professor of Computer Science and wrote his thesis on “computational origami”. More info on there work can be found on Erik’s website.

Heike Schaefer

HeikeA fantastic bronze sculpture cast from cardboard by Heike Schaefer, an artist whose work I discovered through  instagram . The method used here resembles some of my early cardboard sculptures._Schaefer_Morgenstern

HeikeA fantastic bronze sculpture cast from cardboard by Heike Schaefer, an artist whose work I discovered through instagram. The method used here resembles some of my early cardboard sculptures._Schaefer_Morgenstern

Enrico Castellani

Donald Judd once referred to Enrico Castellani as "the father of minimalism". Castellani died on the 19th December 2018.

Enrico Castellani, Spartito, 1969/2004, Sheets of paper and wood

Enrico Castellani, Spartito, 1969/2004, Sheets of paper and wood

Tentamen

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.

More images here and more info on the exhibition here