David Weeks Studio’s LORRE Explores Space, Light and Material #ArtTuesday #3DPrinting

from David Weeks Studio’s LORRE Explores Space, Light and Material #ArtTuesday #3DPrinting
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From David Weeks Studio:

LORRE is an installation of 3D printed kinetic lights made of nylon plastic and printed using selective laser sintering. Drawn from the idea of altering a space with simple lines, the series utilizes copper cables to create definition. Using the inherent conductivity of the cable, the light source is free to move without the constraints of wiring.

The cable supports any number of lightweight diffusers, which can be repositioned, resized and rescaled. LORRE is designed to adapt and conform to any spatial environment, allowing for a sculptural lighting piece that can be part of a larger architectural gesture.

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