After selecting one out of the three modules to work with, it’s time to get on to the fun part – making the silicone mould! Therefore, this post is dedicated to the technical drawings of my ideal ice tray and the process of making it.
To recap, my key words are fracture, reflect and array.
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Pandora Revisited was one long journey. So this post is organized into the following.
⚡️Flash Overview⚡️ 1. The 3 magic words 2. Initial modules 3. Chosen module 4. Latex process 5. Problems & solutions 6. Ideal ice tray 7. Actual ice tray 8. Ice making process 9. Ice configuration 10. Looking back
1. The 3 Magic Words
These are the Read more →
pandora visted gallery
As we ushered in the new semester, we were pleasantly greeted by the reappearance of the Pandora Box. For this particular project, we were tasked to create modules based on the words drawn from the Pandora Box. The words drawn were – Bend, Array & Pinch.
Definition of the drawn words
Bend | Apply force onto a straight Read more →
For the first project for Form and Visualization, we got to look back and revisit the Pandora project we did back in Semester 1. For Pandora Revisited, the words I received were pack, skew and reflect.
There are many combinations of arrangement for my module that I Read more →
Revisiting what we left off last semester – Pandora Box.
For the very first assignment for this semester, we were tasked to create 3 moulds based on the words we were assigned to. We were free to use foam or clay to create our modules.
The words I had were :
Inflate – to fill something with gas or air, so as to Read more →
For this assignment, we were to create different modules based on the given 3 keywords. The keywords that I have gotten — Lift, Shift and Reflect.
In the end I went with Module 2, it is easily stackable compared to Module 1. For the mould, I tried both of the methods, Latex and Silicon. The silicon method did not work Read more →
ABOUT THE PROJECT
To create a modular receptacle based on the operative verbs – reflect, inscribe and intersect, like an ice tray of sorts.
The modules, when lined up together this way, create paths that link to one another. The composition is inspired by topographic maps, constellations, and structures that connect with one another.
cast in ice
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Kicking off sem 2 with a new project, we were tasked to manipulate a basic 3D object volume with operative verbs that we picked at random. The verbs that I had chosen was bend, notch and array.
Bend: shape or force something into a curve or angle Notch: an indentation or incision on an edge or surface Array: display or arrange Read more →
For this assignment, we are suppose to manipulate a basic 3D volume with the three words we got. The key words I got was Extrude, Skew and Pack.Pack: very close together / a few items Extrude: being forced out Skew: slanted / distorted in a way
For my first module, I define pack as a group if cubes being stick together ( a Read more →