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OOO Facility -2014

These two models were produced from a studio operating under Object-Oriented Ontology (OOO) in order to define, free of context, architectural forms. OOO theory "rejects the privileging of human existence over the existence of nonhuman objects" and as such this project gave equal weight to each the space and the hypothetical materials that made this object. The first model is an example of hybridized 3D powder printing where traditional materials (Acrylic, Color Film, Museum Board) were incorporated into a complex color 3D print. Additionally an animated short was produced to compliment the narrative of the project. Produced in conjunction with Nairi Nyarian.