This is my second sketch for this piece:
I was trying to figure out a way to represente ambiguity as part of the memory of a experience, thanks to a short by David Linch “the boat” and an explanation about ambiguity by Bernstein Norton on a 1973 show called “the unanswered question” I end up using past memories as a resource. I´m quite satisfied with the sketch and I’v decided to use it for this piece.
This is my first sketch for my first 3D printing piece.
This is my first 3D printing.
The printing of this piece took almost 12 hours (and a huge effort not to think about it). It was really interesting to see the reaction of people when I sowed it around saying I was going to paint over it, almost every body told me not to. I imagine that this reaction may have to do with the fact that 3D printings still rare things at the present, and people end up seeing them as unique and beautiful, I guess this is the same reaction people would have shown in the past when they saw a paper laser print for the first time.
This experience has given me a lot to think about the process of 3D printing; the software that involves and its features, the variables involved (heat, gravity, speed and time), the simplicity of the process and the dependence on a machine.
Up to this point, I am not sure if this is a sandwich, a pizza or just some stuff with layers (like a lasagna).