Friday, December 18, 2009

Exhibition - "Object_Eleven" December 19th 2009

Stereo Lithography and Mapping 2

David Hall "Internal Structure" 2009

Location - >> Art Space The Corner project
From December 19th 2009 to December 30th 2009
Series two of the " Houses+Bodies" project. This "Object_Eleven" is based on the same principles as before with increased complexity of the form and mapping.

Object_Eleven was the most time consuming of all the stereo lithography experiments from the Houses+Bodies series. It was also the least script driven project. Paradoxically it is the most organic and anamorphic in structure. The previous four prints in the object eleven group failed due to structural error. This was the final iteration.

This installation can be seen in a 24 hour cycle from the street north of Anguk Station. The plan is to leave the projectors for the anamorphic image running the full 10 days.

David Hall " Object_Eleven" 2009

" Object_Eleven" 2009 Installation

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Exhibition - Houses+Bodies - December 3rd 2009

Experiments in Digital Architecture and Organic Structures
David Hall "Body Tesselation" 2008

David Hall "Parametric House" 2009

Opening Thursday 3rd December 2009 7pm
Location - Interartchannel >>

A series of objects dealing with the relationship between community and its constituent parts. These are linear extrapolations of communication technologies and the resultant physical deformations of living sentient forms. Each object represents the growth stage of the community and its occupants during their early formative life.

The gestation of each structure was approximately three months. During that time each one went through a selective process of distortion, part destruction and reconstruction with between 20 to 30 iterations along the timeline.

The governing input factors during that process equaled 50% script driven generative forms and 50% eclectic data. This eclectic data ranged from the common notions of computer controlled hydroponic systems when applied to mammals to experiential sexual adventures and their manifestations in a formal community.

All of the objects shown owe a great deal in their structure to the zoomorphic concept of the ‘Multiple’. That is to say that they are composites of many smaller and simpler units which are repeated along splines. At each repeat there is an iterative modification of the form via a code based or non linear distortion. As a result although visually complex, each is in effect an economical form in terms of overall construction data.

David Hall "Houses+Bodies" 2009


Preview Stereo Lithographic prints with anamorphic projection

Object Eleven V1.3 OpiumBlue 2009

Anamorphic Projection 04 OpiumBlue 2009


Closes January 07 2010.