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This is a very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the paper. Each intersection of lines has been delicately molded, resulting in irregular traces of the artist's fingerprints. 

The 'Extrusion' series explores the hand as a technological tool that continues to shape the future. These drawings are first generated with advanced 3D computer modeling technology. The wire-frame models are then transferred from the digital realm and extruded by hand, onto paper with a latex medium.  It is this simple transference between the ridged computer model into the poetic language of drawing by hand that makes this a profound work of art.
This is a very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the paper. Each intersection of lines has been delicately molded, resulting in irregular traces of the artist's fingerprints. 

The 'Extrusion' series explores the hand as a technological tool that continues to shape the future. These drawings are first generated with advanced 3D computer modeling technology. The wire-frame models are then transferred from the digital realm and extruded by hand, onto paper with a latex medium.  It is this simple transference between the ridged computer model into the poetic language of drawing by hand that makes this a profound work of art.
This is a very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the paper. Each intersection of lines has been delicately molded, resulting in irregular traces of the artist's fingerprints. 

The 'Extrusion' series explores the hand as a technological tool that continues to shape the future. These drawings are first generated with advanced 3D computer modeling technology. The wire-frame models are then transferred from the digital realm and extruded by hand, onto paper with a latex medium.  It is this simple transference between the ridged computer model into the poetic language of drawing by hand that makes this a profound work of art.
This is a very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the paper. Each intersection of lines has been delicately molded, resulting in irregular traces of the artist's fingerprints. 

The 'Extrusion' series explores the hand as a technological tool that continues to shape the future. These drawings are first generated with advanced 3D computer modeling technology. The wire-frame models are then transferred from the digital realm and extruded by hand, onto paper with a latex medium.  It is this simple transference between the ridged computer model into the poetic language of drawing by hand that makes this a profound work of art.
This is a very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the paper. Each intersection of lines has been delicately molded, resulting in irregular traces of the artist's fingerprints. 

The 'Extrusion' series explores the hand as a technological tool that continues to shape the future. These drawings are first generated with advanced 3D computer modeling technology. The wire-frame models are then transferred from the digital realm and extruded by hand, onto paper with a latex medium.  It is this simple transference between the ridged computer model into the poetic language of drawing by hand that makes this a profound work of art.

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Eric Robertson

Netherlands

Drawing, Latex on Paper

Size: 28.7 W x 28.7 H x 0 D in

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This is a very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the paper. Each intersection of lines has been delicately molded, resulting in irregular traces of the artist's fingerprints. The 'Extrusion' series explores the hand as a technological tool that continues to shape the future. These drawings are first generated with advanced 3D computer modeling technology. The wire-frame models are then transferred from the digital realm and extruded by hand, onto paper with a latex medium.  It is this simple transference between the ridged computer model into the poetic language of drawing by hand that makes this a profound work of art.

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Drawing:Latex on Paper

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Size:28.7 W x 28.7 H x 0 D in

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Lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands Born in Kansas, USA, 1976

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