INTO THE IMPOSSIBLE

TIME AND SPACE DIED YESTERDAY

sfmoma:


What attracted you to the Winchester house? The combination of it being symbolical powerful and not particular researched in a serious way. At least I didn’t know of any artworks based on the Winchester House, so to me it was some kind of buried treasure. It reminded me of the American obsession with massive scale and the sort of upper class monster houses that are being built in contemporary suburban America. I liked that the first one was build to house ghosts, because it captures something truly American about how we are working hard in this world, to get to the next. And then there is also the obsession with protection from unseen threats, which has become present again.

READ MORE: The Winchester Trilogy - Interview with Jeremy Blake→

sfmoma:

What attracted you to the Winchester house? 
The combination of it being symbolical powerful and not particular researched in a serious way. At least I didn’t know of any artworks based on the Winchester House, so to me it was some kind of buried treasure. It reminded me of the American obsession with massive scale and the sort of upper class monster houses that are being built in contemporary suburban America. I liked that the first one was build to house ghosts, because it captures something truly American about how we are working hard in this world, to get to the next. And then there is also the obsession with protection from unseen threats, which has become present again.

READ MORE: The Winchester Trilogy - Interview with Jeremy Blake

prostheticknowledge:

Bear On Stairs

Stop-motion looping animation by DBLG uses 3D printing to create models for each frame of a bear climbing stairs - video embedded below:

DBLG’s in-house studio projects are a platform for us to experiment with creative ideas and above all have fun. For The Stairs Project we wanted to explore the use of stop frame animation with 3D printing.

More at DBLG here

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