Built drawings

D. A. Scott

Abstract


Digital fabrication technologies have the ability to confound ideas of control and indeterminacy. Apt to produce sterile and “perfect” forms, computergenerated constructs are finding their home within art and design communities-perhaps as mediator between concept and product. Although laser cutters are commonly employed to provide precision and controlled outcomes, I experiment with the indeterminate visual and structural potential in material layering and laser cut drawings on/in surfaces in order to better understand the potential of the tool and its tangential applications.

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