Published: September 11, 2020
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By: Adam Mattingly, California State Polytechnic University-Pomona
Category: Art & Design
Hashtags: #Art #crafting #Design #Modeling #Photography #spatialfields
The final model integrating the framing, staging, and spatial fields as a framed space. The model represents nature's ability to take simple orthogonal shapes to produce complex organic forms. Inspired by the scattering of leaf litter and how a mushroom or tree uses the breakdown of litter, as organic matter, to grow and thrust upward from the forest floor. Weaving of the upper form is meant to recall thoughts of a nest; representing the connections and interdependence of each piece just as nature relies upon each species of life and their abilities to adapt and thrive.