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Title: CSE325 Computer Science and Sculpture


1
CSE325 Computer Science and Sculpture
  • Prof. George Hart

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20th 21st Century Polyhedra-Based Sculpture
Freed from constraints of representation and
figurative form, sculptors in the 20th century
began to explore spatial concepts of pure form.
Platonic solids provide one storehouse of
fundamental ideas.
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Questions to Ask for Each Object
  • Is there an underlying polyhedral form?
  • Geometric transformations, if any
  • Materials selected (and why?)
  • Technique
  • If Constructive Assembly? Connectors?
  • If Subtractive Carving? Guiding process?
  • Artistic Intent vs. Mathematical Model?
  • How might computer technology be used?

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Alexander Graham Bell
5
Alexander Graham Bell
6
David Barr
Four Corners Project
7
Arthur Silverman
8
John Robinson
9
John Sharp
10
Gayla Chandler
11
Harry Muller and Geoff Wyvill
12
London Symphony
13
John Simms
14
Cubes
15
Cubes
16
Cubes
17
Cubes
18
Cubes
Isamu Noguchi
Tony Rosenthal
19
Pieter Blom
20
Atomium
21
Atomium
22
Kenneth Landry
23
Kenneth Landry
24
Sol LeWitt
25
Sol LeWitt
26
Cubes
27
David Smith
28
Aaron Kellner
29
Aaron Kellner
30
Bruce Beasley
31
Bruce Beasley
32
Watermelons!
33
Dominic Labino
34
Gregory Parsons
35
Lexington High School
36
Buckminster Fuller
37
Bathsheba Grossman
38
Gisbert Hasenjaeger
39
Ovidiu Opresco
40
Ovidiu Opresco
41
Guess. (Not a sculpture)
42
Jim Blower
43
Gayla Chandler
44
Sam Spiczka
45
Sam Spiczka
46
Sam Spiczka
47
Eric Swab
48
Arden Miller
49
Dar Shelton
50
Erik Drury
51
Matthew Cook
52
Stephen Luecking
53
Finji Cable Clark
54
Laura Shea
55
Kyle Osvog
56
Kyle Osvog
57
Kyle Osvog
58
Kyle Osvog
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Kyle Osvog
60
Kyle Osvog
61
Kyle Osvog
62
Kyle Osvog
63
Stephen Luecking
64
George Olshevski
65
John Vonachen
66
John Vonachen
67
?
68
Harry Muller
69
George Rod
70
Magnus Wenninger
71
Breckenridge Entry
72
Vladimir Bulatov
73
Vladimir Bulatov
74
Rob Pierce
75
Jim Plank
76
Mark Newbold Sarah Mylchreest
77
Leigh Boileau
78
Leigh Boileau
79
Gary Moresky
80
Ture Wester
81
Buckminster Fuller
82
Dan Suttin
83
Bradford Hansen-Smith
84
Bradford Hansen-Smith
85
Carlo Sequin
86
Carlo Sequin
87
Greg Fredrickson
88
Antonio Gaudi
89
John Robinson
90
John Robinson
91
John Robinson
92
Temari
93
Sylvain Weber
94
Jack Snoeyink
95
Magnus Wenninger
96
Magnus Wenninger
97
Magnus Wenninger
98
Magnus Wenninger
99
Magnus Wenninger
100
Sandor Kabai
101
Ron Resch
102
Scott Roberts
103
Scott Roberts
104
Tony Smith
105
Tony Smith
106
M.C. Escher
107
M. C. Escher
108
M.C. Escher
109
M.C. Escher
110
M.C. Escher
111
M.C. Escher
112
M. C. Escher
Gravity
Netherlands (physics dept.)
113
Ulrich Mikloweit
114
Ulrich Mikloweit
115
Ulrich Mikloweit
116
Ulrich Mikloweit
117
Ulrich Mikloweit
118
Tom Lechner
119
Tom Lechner
120
Tom Lechner
121
Tom Lechner
122
Tom Lechner
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Conclusions
Polyhedra are one source of three-dimensional
forms which provide a foundation for design in
the work of many modern (20th and 21st century)
sculptors.
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