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Audrey Large’s Stuning 3D-Printed Sculptures

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Audrey Large’s work straddles the line between art and object design, using digital cinema as a field of research to explore the potential of digital image manipulation in shaping our material surroundings.

In an exhibition called “Some Vibrant Things” at Nilufar Gallery during Milan design week, Large presented sculptures that were created by drawing shapes on a digital tablet and then 3D-printed in polylactic acid (PLA). These physical sculptures, presented in vibrant shades of green, yellow, and purple, resemble molten lava and blur the line between 2D digital forms and 3D physical objects. In a time of rapid digitization, Large’s interdisciplinary approach to design seeks to redefine the concept of materiality.

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