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Space Filler 0706-2b 800

Marius Watz

Title & Date: Space Filler (2012)
Material: ABS plastic
Dimensions: 6" x 4" x 3.75"
Edition: 2 of 5

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"Space Filler" by Marius Watz

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"Space Filler" is a 3D printed micro-sculpture generated using a custom software system, coded by the artist. The piece is a reference to 1960's avant-garde architecture, exploring the use of geometric structures to produce utopian forms. This specific shape is based on the use of space-filling polygons to produce a complex lattice structure.

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Category: Sculpture

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  1. JP bid $150.00 on 2012-12-18 16:23:47

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Description: Space Filler is a 3D printed micro-sculpture generated using a custom software system, coded by the artist. The piece is a reference to 1960′s avant-garde architecture, exploring the use of geometric structures to produce utopian forms. This specific shape is based on the use of space-filling polygons to produce a complex lattice structure.

Artist Biography:Marius Watz is a Brooklyn-based Norwegian artist working with computer code as a creative material. His work is concerned with the synthesis of form as the product of generative processes, and is known for its hard-edged geometries and vivid colors. Watz has exhibited his work widely at venues like Victoria & Albert Museum (London), Todaysart (The Hague), ITAU Cultural (Sao Paulo), Museumsquartier (Vienna), and Galleri ROM (Oslo). He is a lecturer in Interaction Design at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, and has led workshops and talks at Flux Factory.