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Moon Face clones – after cleaning

Richard printed me off two half sized Moon Face’s. This is because he made a net that he felt could be improved. Personal I can’t tell the difference between the two prints other thane one has a few scratch like marks under one of its chins. I was not expecting them to be half sized, but I think they are really cute this size. defiantly not a monumental sculpture but more an investing shape that is nice to hold. I quite like this, I think it contrasts with the cosmic – technological nature of the artivive work. These scans demonstrate a more piece full domestic side to the work. I hope that by being able to see my work in different forms viewers will be able to have a deeper and more complex relationship with the object.

Moon Face clones – before cleaning

these 3d prints were a lot smaller than I was expecting – they also had some of the supportive material left on them.

it made me think of the kind of discharge that covers new born babies and as I washed off the excess material I felt like I was bringing these little sculptures into the world. This has made me think of these 3d prints perhaps more as offspring of my original work rather than clones, although the supportive material could also be interpreted as the kind of goo clones in movies are always covered with wen they emerge!

View my work – Moon Face Artivive

If you download the Artivive app on your phone and scan this image you should be able to see the work yourself! – I want to make this into a physical poster, but until then this works as a means to view my work! – Note: make sure to get all and only the image on the phone screen so the app to pick up the image easily as its a bit fussy some times (a bit like a QR code)!


Moon Face Artivive

Although my videos fail to pick it up, the moon face net rotates as well as shivers.

The white net moon is the same size as the line moon on the poster so that when one points the camera directly in forint of the poster the net should appear to cover the line drawing.

I like the black and white net and how it looks with the black and white poster but I want to experiment with different colours before I make make any physical posters.


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