June 1, 2010 to Sept. 3, 2011, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Interdigitation looks at the relationship between digital production and handwork. The exhibit is a semester-long material by-product investigating a simple laser-cut component made from a full sheet of matte board and assembled by hand. In the past, I have constructed a series of lamps using a similar component system; and this semester, I developed a systematic investigation of the component varying its size, shape, swivel, placement, and connection. In determining a method of patterning and aggregation, overall form (shape and swell), the variable components in this exhibit include mistakes, moires, hole placement, scale, patterning and contortion, and branching and enclosure.

Zaneta Hong

Independent study, Spring 2010
Gian Calaci
Advisor Assistant Professor Igor Siddiqui

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