Sunday, 4 May 2014

SCULPTURE - NAUSEA PLASTER CASTS - PROCESS



Please see below for images of the process involved in the creation of the my NAUSEA series of plaster casts (click here to see finished plaster casts).


Photographs documenting cutting out the stencils




Applying pressure to the stencil to create an impression into clay to then cast




Impression left in clay by the stencil



Plaster added to create a cast - scrim and wood added for strength




Plaster cast result



Experimenting with creating cracks in the plaster



Creating a cast of a section of the text



Clay ready for an impression to be made




Stencil about to be used to create an impression in the clay




Removing clay from the cast 
























Jar containing all the letters cut out of the stencil, in total over 11,000 characters were hand cut. 






















No comments:

Post a Comment

HOW MUCH OF THIS IS FICTION. // FACT

Daniel Ryser, (2013) Assange's Room, [1:1 Installation] FACT, Liverpool. HOW MUCH OF THIS IS FICTION. Presents an exhibition of p...