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Luminous Opera Skull Sculpture

Angie Jones

United States


Size: 9 W x 7 H x 4 D in

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3D PrintSLS, Nylon 12, finish with Luminous Opera Aqua Oil 7" x 9" x 4" - Available This piece is solid resin and weighs 9 lbs so it feels like a considerable sculpture and not a cheap 3D print. I can print this a finish it in a different color, contact me if interested. As part of my process, I explore form in the round through 3D imaging and 3D printed sculptures. I create a tangible object to bring the humanity back into art created digitally. I go the extra step to process the surface of the 3D prints with organic materials like oil paint instead of synthetic finishing. I find the uneven surfaces eerie and disturbing, and I like it because symmetry can be tedious. In general, humans gravity to symmetry as a goal for beauty, but for me imperfection is closer to nature and humanity. The imperfect polygonal surface is what the geometry for animation looks like when it has gone wrong. I add "the glitch" and deliberately fracture my objects and paintings to breed imperfections. The glitches also form a metaphor for how our current communications have become splintered.

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Size:9 W x 7 H x 4 D in

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http://www.stixandjones.com I use painting, video, and sculpture as an instrument of study and inquiry into how technology is invading our lives. I deconstruct the work using faceted surfaces (like low polygon video game art) to create something new, from something old and make it new again. My experiences working in Visual Effects, Video Games and Animation inspires the “peak shift” palette, faceted surface and idiosyncratic portrayal through paint, video, and sculpture. My subjects serve as an existential complication and one that is ever changing and evolving. In the end, I maintain one foot in the past and another in the future and call into question how we perceive art and images by tracing a loop historically through representation, technology, and science.

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