Straddling between art and object design, Audrey Large practice explores the potential of digital image manipulation processes applied to the design of our material surroundings.
“I’m interested in playing with digital aesthetics in a materialized object.”
In a context of exponential digitization, she positions her practice in an interdisciplinary form of design that uses digital cinema as a field of research to rethink object design methodologies. By bridging film making techniques with digital-to-material manufacturing processes her work seeks to define the keys to a new materiality.
The sculptures were shown at Nilufar Gallery as an exhibition called Some Vibrant Things during Milan design week. Large created the sculptures by drawing shapes by hand on a digital tablet, after which she 3D-printed the physical polylactic acid (PLA) sculptures that intend to represent 2D digital forms seen on-screen. Presented in iridescent shades of bright green, yellow and purple, the sculptures are ambiguously shaped, with a liquid-looking texture that resembles molten lava.
In order to discover the new digital space dedicated to Audrey Large's solo show explore SCALE TO INFINITY.