Sculpture from Patchwise Modules
AbstractThe sculptor adapts the geometry of spline surfaces commonly used in 3D modeling programs in order to translate some of the topological nature of these virtual surfaces into his sculpture. He realizes the patchwise geometry of such surfaces by gluing square modules of neoprene rubber edge to edge to define the surface which he then torques and bends into sculptures. While limited by the nature of actual materials, the finished sculptures successfully incorporate the expressive tension and flow of forms sought by the sculptor. He presents images of finished works and provides an analysis of the emotive values of a select sculpture. View Full-Text
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Luecking, S. Sculpture from Patchwise Modules. Mathematics 2019, 7, 197.
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Luecking, Stephen. 2019. "Sculpture from Patchwise Modules." Mathematics 7, no. 2: 197.
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