A digital model of a bear was converted into a 3D printed cardboard sculpture. It’s polygon sides create the contours of a landscape, illustrating the idea of migration. It represents the crossing of environments and a temporary shift in the daily landscape. The sculpture formed part of the exhibition ‘Pop – up Culture’ at The Design Museum in Holland. It was later bought by the museum and resides there as part of their permanent collection.
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