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Interview with sculptor Michael Shaw


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The notion that there is a 'so consistant geometry' that might render 'perfection' of form is a curious desire, coming as it does from a sculptural empiricist.

However the enterview is informative, challenging and poetic even. There are loose ends and interogative dark spaces enough for the debate to continue a while longer.
The issue of an autonomous form and the 'archetypal dream', for example.
Gestalt indeed.
#1 nigel slight on 2008-10-16 10:27 (Reply)
For all Maya lovers out there, did you know that we have a dedicated tutorial on how to best use Maya and Shapeways together? http://www.shapeways.com/blog/archives/105-Using-Maya-and-Shapeways-for-3D-printing.html
#2 Jochem de Boer on 2008-10-17 13:49 (Reply)

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