Object Redux describes are individual chunks completed as preliminary studies for the T4T Lab with Adam Fure that investigate various digital techniques. the first reinterprets the process of stitching to create strange intersections between digital textures. another uses photogrametry to 3D scan earbuds as a base for creating objects that can be read as biologically alien or unnaturally canyoness. the final object explores the definition of a hyper cube, which is a 4D object that exists in multiple three dimensional states at the same time. It overlays multiple 3D “views” of a hyper cube, and is replicated and arranged into the same hyper cube shape at a larger scale, using a geometric principle of fractals to further index exploratory geometry.
T4T Lab with Adam Fure and Gabriel Esquivel
Texas A&M College of Architecture