A set of instructions executed by an industrial robot.
The work takes inspiration from Sol Lewitt instructional wall drawings as well Casey Reas revisit of the work in software
structures, in particular his comparison between wall and screen, as well his thoughts on process.
Maintaining the separation between concept and execution, folds treats data, motion and ink equally as material.
Three grids are layered upon each other, projected onto virtually folded surfaces. The grids pushed into the third
dimension are impossible to be indexed by a human hand. Each resulting piece carries qualities of the materials at
play, the sequencing and structure of the data, the precision and timing of the machine as well the nuances of the
Experimental Protocols of Architectural Representation
January 17 – February 4, 2017
Opening Reception January 19, 2017
Hubbell Street Galleries
California College of the Arts, San Francisco
Curated by Andrew Kudless & Adam Marcus
CCA Digital Craft Lab