Mould making

Apr 15, 2013 | Research, Sculpture, Time

 

1-2-3-4 clay models, 15.04.2013

1-2-3-4 clay models, 15.04.2013

Making moulds, it went well days ago, but this time it seemed not straight forward when all of a sudden two pints of plaster poured out of my constructed frame, gritting my teeth the damage was cleared away and I discovered today that the moulds are fine, even removing the models intact. It is a strange sensation to see the negativ shape of a form, a shadow…it is a completely different process to carving a form, so instant, so effortless (despite the mentioned accident),¬†space that has no matter but form..

Moulds of clay models, 15.04.2013

Moulds of clay models, 15.04.2013

Mould of clay model 3, 15.04.2013
Mould of clay model 3, 15.04.2013 

 

 

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