13 October 2010

Temporal Orphan by Mario D. Fischer





Mario David Fischer, Austria (1982), trabaja y vive en Viena. Mario envió a Triangulation Blog este fantástico relieve llamado "Temporal Orphan". Este se hizo mediante cinematografía y técnicas de escaneo en 3D para superar los límites de la representación bidimensional de los objetos y crear formas que permitan nuevas perspectivas de lo efímero. El proceso se lleva a cabo mediante fresado CNC, siendo el resultado formas no vistas y diferentes en un relieve diseñado algoritmicamente sobre poliuretano. Ver más dentro del post;

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Mario David Fischer, Austria (1982), lives and works in Vienna. Mario sent to Triangulation Blog this fantastic relief called "Temporal Orphan", it is one of his new works, the relief is realized using cinematography and 3D-scanning techniques to transcend the limits of two-dimensional representation of objects and to create forms that enable new perspectives of the ephemerality of moments in a traditional manifestation. The realization process undergoes an estrangement of the immediacy of sculptural work through the usage of CNC milling. The result is a translation of temporality and unseen forms in a algorithm designed relief from polyurethane.

He studied Wood and Stonesculptor (1997 – 1999) Mag.art Juergen Ramacher, M.A. (Mag.art) University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria Digital art, Department of Fine and Media Arts (2004 – 2010 ), Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication, London, UK - Design for Interaction (2006 – 2007).




Temporal Orphan Relief, 2010 - self portrait, within a period of about five seconds - polyurethane, white patina - 60 x 40 x 8 cm

See also others interesting works in his website.