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BLEED

“thinning” becomes strategic

BLEED

Bleed is part of a series on the use of multi-layered techniques and production processes that allow for control over “intelligent” geometries, calibration of parts, and behavioral taxonomies. The objective is to tame the wildness or radical speculation in order to create techniques that can be catalogued and reused. Calibrated to the exacting standards (4'x8' panel) demanded by contemporary digital design and fabrication tools; this project is nonetheless driven by intuition and a desire to work between topology and typology, between odd genus and species, geometric manipulation and variation where “thinning” becomes strategic; “draining” becomes transformation; and “accumulation” becomes a device for creating transparency.

This Project was commissioned by the University of Kentucky, College of Design, taken place at LOT art gallery in the  city of Lexington, Kentucky.