Virtual Landscapes Made Tangible

Jeremy Gardiner, St Aldhelm's Head, 24 x 17 cm, 2012, 3D dome relief print. Copyright the artist; reproduced with permission

Jeremy Gardiner, St Aldhelm’s Head, 24 x 17 cm, 2012, 3D dome relief print. Copyright the artist; reproduced with permission

Jeremy Gardiner, the featured artist for the BCS this month, has spent decades exploring the ancient history of the Devon/Doreset coastline through his practice which employs a hybrid technique combining painting, drawing, printmaking, and use of digital technologies to which we can now add 3D printing. This relief model was made using solid freeform fabrication techniques (3D printing) from a series of cross sections of the landscape, based on LiDAR data and then hand painted. Read the full article here: http://www.bcs.org/content/conWebDoc/44574

 

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