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Woven Solid - A Physical NFT

2021

Aerated resin, tinted gesso, (19" x 21" x 5")

For Woven Solid, several months were spent developing a production process and technique to knit together strands of casting material. The completed piece then dries bone-hard, rigid and lightweight.

With the prototype and proof of concept complete, the studio is excited to produce full-scale works for collectors.‍ While still flexible, each individual strand is prepared, rolled out, and woven into the row above it. After it dries, a new row is begun. For this prototype, the studio must roll out strands that are sixty-eight inches long, and deftly weave them to produce a work that is nineteen inches wide.

The completed piece is rigid and light. The finish is tinted gesso.

Buyer is responsible for shipping cost.

Studio Dan has worked at the intersection of design and experimental architecture since 1999, exhibiting at MoMA-PS1 Contemporary Art Center in New York, and published in Mark Magazine, Pin-Up Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, the New York Observer, and Dezeen. The studio received a 2016 fellowship to the MacDowell Colony.

This artist's collection is managed by Flipkick.

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Creator Fees10%

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Woven Solid - A Physical NFT

2021

Aerated resin, tinted gesso, (19" x 21" x 5")

For Woven Solid, several months were spent developing a production process and technique to knit together strands of casting material. The completed piece then dries bone-hard, rigid and lightweight.

With the prototype and proof of concept complete, the studio is excited to produce full-scale works for collectors.‍ While still flexible, each individual strand is prepared, rolled out, and woven into the row above it. After it dries, a new row is begun. For this prototype, the studio must roll out strands that are sixty-eight inches long, and deftly weave them to produce a work that is nineteen inches wide.

The completed piece is rigid and light. The finish is tinted gesso.

Buyer is responsible for shipping cost.

Studio Dan has worked at the intersection of design and experimental architecture since 1999, exhibiting at MoMA-PS1 Contemporary Art Center in New York, and published in Mark Magazine, Pin-Up Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, the New York Observer, and Dezeen. The studio received a 2016 fellowship to the MacDowell Colony.

This artist's collection is managed by Flipkick.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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BlockchainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Creator Fees10%
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