Thursday, April 14, 2016

Using 3D printing to explore the human subconscious possible

  Authorized by Coolhunting curiosity daily published this article, even if we don't allow reprints.

  This year, and Cadillac (Cadillac), organized an annual event for the first time, to seek inspiration inspiration of young talent. This activity is about to end, and we are very pleased to announce that our 25 talented CoolHunting 25 winners were born. This 25 innovator from designs, technology, fashion, culture and food of this major area. They promote the development of their respective fields at the same time, change the future. Is to use complex 3D printing to this article about book break through the limits of sculpture ya·hakeer (Joshua Harker).

  Joshua ya·hakeer itself as the "trouble fine", his work was pushed to the complexity of the 3D printing impossible border, and the methods he used, but artists rarely set foot in the field. He together with their works of art to develop scientific and technological strength, using similar platforms like Kickstarter works get more audience. In the late 1980 's, he has begun using an automated painting surrealist techniques, totally rational control, and to try to explore what most want to express the subconscious. To turn a true iron man You can have it at least




  "My intention is to explore and describe the system and structure of the imagination," he said, "at the same time, interpret and share brain mode of thinking. "But physical restrictions made him unable to implement these ideas in carving. "I want to give form to process, but in reality, there is no way I can make this three-dimensional effect. I need that spontaneous way, and intuitive control of complex shapes and volumes, but the material, process and technical means do not exist. "

  Georg Hackl came into contact with 3D printing in the 1990 's, when he was a commercial sculptor, worked for a design and Development Studio, he has been waiting for technology to come, wait, from modeling to materials engineering technology develops to a certain stage, so that he can realize the idea of art. In 2000, he began to create "Tangle" series: 3D engraving technology is so complex that carved through traditional means it is almost impossible to accomplish the same task. From complex skull engraved portraits and custom masks, to use projection mapping installation explores four dimensional art, Georg Hackl and free use of CAD and 3D printing technologies, very obscure things in the past--our inner imagination-to the audience.




  "I find it like a keep the beat of the metronome," Georg Hackl mentioned in the creation of the new process and technology changes the balance between the two, said. "When I study and wait for something that will let me use when specific events occur in the work, there will always be new technologies to emerge and give me inspiration," he continued, "I often find myself trying to stake through the square hole of the round, in order to create something I need. So I think I might be too impatient and can't wait for the arrival of thing to solve all my problems. I have to take something like that to try. "




  Georg Hackl is very interested in 3D printing work to life, such as dynamic sculpture, animation and live action with animation works, at the same time, he is also exploring how to print 3D bio-technologies applied to art. "May the use of prosthesis-related, but may be associated and body modification and body decoration field, similar to tattooing, piercing, and fashion," Georg Hackl said, "I feel art and ethics, as well as our participation in the design and function of our bodies in the field of reconstruction, and there are many interesting areas to explore. "But he is still waiting for the medical community's attitude towards this can be accepted.