PLASTER POUR|TY

     Understanding the relationship between a pour and its mold means understanding the relationship between the negative and positive spaces of your design. After playing around with a few simple plaster pours, some alone and others in plastic bags, I realized I wanted to have the mold on display along with the pour, all in one piece with both being visible. Eventually, I came to a design where plaster would be poured into a plastic bag suspended by piano wire. The result showed a really interesting and beautiful relationship between the pour and its constraints.

     Above are images of the final block (top left), Mr. Blaha’s version (top right), and my first attempt (middle right). Below are my (top) and Mr. Blaha’s (bottom) longitudinal and cross sections, 1″ = 1″.

 

 

 

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