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cnc cutting a chair. the Model A.

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CNC Cutting Up Apples

It’s one way to make applesauce! It’s the worst way to make applesauce! This past weekend I used the shopbot to cut faces into some fruit. Picture a creepy cornucopia staring back at you. The documentation in two videos below. One, some explanation, the other, with music.

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Art Show December 2018

I showed a piece, “The Transportation Of Old Goods” at “Child’s Play” is an international, all-media exhibition at The Foundry Art Centre in Saint Charles, Missouri The imagery was designed in Photoshop and laser cut on baltic birch. The frame was cut using a CNC router out of a 100 year old oak slab sourced from a downed tree on the Haverford College Campus. I created the tool paths for the frame in V-Carve Pro (note the frame is a solid piece designed specifically for the art piece). The imagery on the Baltic birch is press fit into the frame.

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2018 Book List

Here is my list of books I read in 2018 and a little tiny bit of info on each. It was the year of Science Fiction (every year is) and also the year of young adult novels. In order from earliest in the year to most recently read: Galapagos by Kurt Vonnegut I’m hesitant to put this one in because technically I didn’t finish it. I attempted to read this and Cat’s Cradle at the same time. It ended up to be kind of confusing because they were similar enough in style and story and Kurt Vonnegut has similar critiques on people. He always wants to make the same point. I got half way through both and lost interests. But two half Vonnegut books has to add up to something, right? Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card I did finish this one! A friend of mine called me […]

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Tales Of Troy

3D scanned sculpture replicated

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Apples With Peanut Butter

My undergraduate thesis show. I created a final television performance where I wasn’t there. I recorded a song and captured that process with three video cameras. The playback was three TV’s connected to three separate DVD players all synced up. Cane across this image captured by Danielle Simone while working on my website and wanted to share it. This was 10 years ago. I never released this album. Most of it locked away in my musical vault.

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Gallery Shelf Job

I had a lot of fun making this 45 degree angular shelf for the Canton Fitzgerald Gallery at Haverford. I used the Shopbot CNC Router so it was a quick job and pretty painless. A little bit of worry installing but it went into the gallery without much trouble. Above is the sketch I created for the shelf. I cut one slab 5 feet by 1 and then created two isosceles right triangles for the supports. On the inside of each triangle I created 2 by 2 inch inlays where the angle brackets were going to go. I did this so I didn’t have to measure later or worry about the brackets looking slightly uneven. In an increasingly characteristic moment I took no photographs of the build in progress. So, boom! below it the finished piece.

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