This artwork was last updated 346 days ago.
Dimensions: 19.9cm (H) x 18cm (W) x 24.6cm (D) / 7.8" (H) x 7.1" (W) x 9.7" (D)
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About the art
3D printed sand vase.
Filling with water at your own risk, but not recommended.
Due to the fact that things exist in two parallel worlds today, the analog and the digital, our perception of them has changed. There is an increasing penetration of analogous, haptic phenomena with virtual and digital offerings in the design, presentation and interaction of objects.
These objects are part of a project in which I explore the relationship between the real and the virtual world using glass and its source material sand. In most cases, it’s the material that forms a bridge and acts as the ultimate boundary between the two.
The result is an analog-digital sculpture, a collage of body and surface—a hybrid of image and object. Printed in 3D from sand, the raw material of glass, it conveys a graininess reminiscent of pixels. Its shape is shifted and only appears from one perspective in its original state of a traditional vase.
Anne Sophie Oberkrome
Based in: Berlin
Anne-Sophie Oberkrome is a designer currently living and working in Berlin. She studied product design at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design (HfG). She is currently collaborating in various working constellations. Among others, she is part of FAN, a multidisciplinary collective formed by 11 artists and designers. In her …
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