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Scott Slagerman工作室在木制围栏内形成的玻璃花瓶

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为了探索两种截然不同的材料之间的共生关系,洛杉矶艺术家斯科特·斯拉格曼与吉姆·菲什曼合作创作了这款优雅的木制玻璃系列。每一个玻璃花瓶都是通过直接将其吹成木头切割而成的形状,然后平放在桌子上,以确保不同的物品能完美地贴合在一起,就像拼图一样。对于一个需要精确的速度和运动的劳动密集型的过程来说,使用易燃的外壳所增加的困难似乎是值得注意的。

To explore the symbiotic relationship between two vastly different materials, LA-based artist Scott Slagerman in a collaboration with Jim Fishman created this elegant Wood & Glass series. Each glass vase is formed by blowing it directly into a shape cut from wood while it lays flat on a table, ensuring the disparate objects fit perfectly like puzzle pieces. For a labor-intensive process that requires a precise dance of speed and movement, the added difficulty of working with a flammable enclosure seems remarkable. From Slagerman’s artist statement:Scott Slagerman has always been captivated by glass – how it is transformed from a fragile, yet unyielding solid state to molten fluidity and back again; and how this mutable substance, through a process that is both delicate and dangerous, can create objects both essential and esoteric. He is fascinated by the role that glass plays in architecture, as well as in the everyday objects that we find around us.You can see more from the Glass & Wood series on Slagerman’s website. (via Contemporist)
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