The Paper Convention
My sculpture for the inaugural Paper Convention, held in 2011 at the Paper Mill gallery in Sydney.
This was the first time I have ever used a laser cutter to help me produce a work. It was also the first time I used a CAD program to calculate all the exact angles for a piece. My friend Rob Hinton helped me crunch the numbers. Then created this amazing film of the final rendered sculpture to boot!
A huge thank you to Lisa for inviting me to take part in show.
Gro_Magnon – Limitless possibilities in the mind of modern man
Comprising 108 angled pillars
Stock: Doggetts ‘Curious Metallics’ 25gsm Chocolate/Super gold
Taken just after the morning install
Yoshinobu-san’s geometric creations can be glimpsed in the background
In the studio.