TIME: 9AM- 3PM
Create a FABulous work of art to wear with digital fabrication. We will explore three-dimensionality through physical and digital tools including 3-D modeling and design software, 3-D printing and laser cutting! With clay, plastic and fabric, watch your creations take shape into objects that you can wear to show your technical prowess and newly-mastered digital sculpting skills. With basic circuitry, add LEDs (lights) to add some eye-catching bling to your new piece. Keep designing and creating in the modeling software, even after the workshop.
Kristin Stransky creates engaging and often playful artworks focused on social interaction, gender socialization and cultural expectations. Her artworks range from wearables and 3-D printing to interactive art and installations. Through constructs of the cyborg, physical computing and social mores, she creates objects fusing craft and technology. Kristin received her BFA from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame in Sculpture and Fibers. Her MFA is from the Emergent Digital Practices Program at the University of Denver. In addition to participating in conferences, her work has been featured on the Creators Project and the Ars Electronica blog. Her work was recently exhibited as a part of Currents New Media Festival, GOCA 121, and at the University of Wyoming. She is currently a technical consultant for artists and galleries.