Negligee (Slipping Into the Skin of Another)
Digital Fabrication
Host
Digital Fabrication
Handkerchief (Anatomy of Tears)
Digital Fabrication
Negligee (Serotonin)
Digital Fabrication
Trousseau
Digital Fabrication
Undo
digital fabrication
Doilies
Digital Fabrication
Manifest
Digital Fabrication
Convergence
Digital Fabrication
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Liss LaFleur: In Conversation: Digital Fabrication in the Studio", DFR Blog, Jul 2015 "Straight Rives & Morgan Price Illinois State University, Normal, IL, 2015 Digital Fabrication Residency : Bits & Pieces: Material Epistemologies & Digital Fabrication ) 2013 Gone Viral: Medical Science and Courses: Embodied Interfaces and Data as Material KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS 2017 Digital Fabrication Symposium
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, digital fabrication), which she mines for their narrative implications and untapped potentials. Her
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..." In Conversation: Liss LaFleur & Laura Splan Digital Fabrication Residency Blog, July 2015 A discussion of digital fabrication in the studio. "...Interdisciplinary art can illuminate concepts, ideas
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including blood, cosmetic facial peel and digital fabrication.
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Laura Splan's work interrogates the material manifestations of our cultural ambivalence towards the human body. Her conceptually based projects employ a range of traditional and digital techniques. She often uses found objects and appropriated sources to explore socially constructed perceptions of order and disorder. Much of her work is inspired by experimentation with materials and processes including blood, cosmetic facial peel and digital fabrication.
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Laura Splan's work interrogates the material manifestations of our cultural ambivalence towards the human body. Her conceptually based projects employ a range of traditional and digital techniques. She often uses found objects and appropriated sources to explore socially constructed perceptions of order and disorder. Much of her work is inspired by experimentation with materials and processes including blood, cosmetic facial peel and digital fabrication.
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Laura Splan's work interrogates the material manifestations of our cultural ambivalence towards the human body. Her conceptually based projects employ a range of traditional and digital techniques. She often uses found objects and appropriated sources to explore socially constructed perceptions of order and disorder. Much of her work is inspired by experimentation with materials and processes including blood, cosmetic facial peel and digital fabrication.
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