Home goods are incredibly personal. I like my surroundings to be aspirational, bold, and complex. Much of my aesthetic is informed by tension created by opposing influences. I'm also interested in what it means to use new fabrication tools to create traditional folk art or augment biology.
For this project, I'm going to challenge this tension by using a laser cutter to make a mid-centiry modern clock. I'll be using a CNC tool to fabricate an analog clock whose aesthetic form predates the technology used to created it.
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