Deskriptiv’s Remarkable 3D-Printed Sculptures

“Processes that give rise to forms are at the heart of our artistic work.” says German studio Deskriptiv (the combined work of Dominik Kolb and Christoph Bader), who describe their work as being rooted jointly in the (occasionally conflicting) realms of design, art and computer science. “We work on the interface of computer science and design and combine both disciplines. In this area of conflict to find new processes to deal with it, to analyze it and graphically prepare, that’s what fascinates us and drives. The formation processes, we define purely digitally with the help of our main working tool, the computer.”

11843348496_fb0b3bdb04_z 8615390337_b3d8cfce68_z 8660570907_0f332d0826_c 10834627456_4e75dc2cce_z 10834889013_4092d423e6_z 8291697769_807cca08f5_z 8292750738_23388b6e09_z 8594850541_d319d05ea8_z 8615390281_0df441dfd0_z 8616495478_50033a00e2_zNaturally 3D printing fits neatly into the Venn Diagram shared by these disciplines (see previous examples, such as the world’s first 3D printed roomNick Ervick’s incredibly complex 3D sculptures, and more at Beautiful/Decay) and serves as the perfect medium in which to explore their intersection. In works like their “Hüllen” series (“Wrap,” in English), the duo utilizes clear and opaque plastics, combining them with more mirrored silver surfaces. The intricate complexities (and the imagined difficulties to achieve such subtleties without blending the materials) can also be seen in the their “Verbowen” (translation, “Interwoven”) series, combines a variety of materials and surfaces, weaving them in tight complexity. Meanwhile, their “Klebend” (translation, “Adhesive”) series focuses less on blended materials and more on form, choosing a singular palate to exhibit the true range of surfaces the technology is capable of. (via hi-fructose)

Deskriptiv’s Remarkable 3D-Printed Sculptures appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.

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