A series of interactive sculptures with accompanying how-to videos on the Youtube channels Design Sangam, Product Design Online and Mufasu CAD
Holder 1, Holder 2, Holder 3, 2020
Sculptures in birch, oak and walnut holding color samples of anodized and spray painted aluminum tubes, painted pine sticks and tape rolls. Tables made from 19mm laminated forescolor boards, sized 110x80x86 cm, 100x84x86 cm and 110x75x86 cm.
Holder is a series of interactive sculptures that exist both as physical objects in the exhibition space and online as example objects in the instruction videos of the YouTube channels Design Sangam, Product Design Online and Mufasu CAD, used in online tutorials to demonstrate the 3D modeling software Fusion 360. The sculptures are inspired by the Brazilian artist Lygia Clark’s sculpture series Bichos, and they are based on the tool holders in Aldea’s workshop that are made to hold router bits, drilling bits and hand tools. Rather than holding tools they are designed to hold color samples and offcuts from my studio, objects that the exhibition audience is invited to interact with to make their own color combinations and compositions.
Click on the links below to see the videos:
Fusion 360 for Digital Fabrication, Beginner CAM Project, Instruction video by Product Design Online, 25:43
Make a wooden sculpture- Design to Manufacturing using Autodesk Fusion 360- Part1, Instruction video by Design Sangam, 21:36
Make a wooden sculpture- Design to Manufacturing using Autodesk Fusion 360 - Part 2, Instruction video by Design Sangam, 09:45,
Tape Holder Modeling + Manufacture Simulate, Fusion 360 for Digital Fabrication, Instruction video by Mufasu CAD, 18:10