Spring 2016 | University of Texas at Austin
Instructor: Kory Bieg

Based on an idea that objects have inherent value and identity, something is created from nothing. Platonic shapes are quickly altered beyond recognition, until logics and relationships form that become meaningful in themselves.

Inspiration comes from a formal language of striation and weaving. The initial object is extruded and hooked, so as to establish direction and increase opportunities for intersection and overlay.