Interdisciplinary artist Fabian Oefner recently unveiled a new series called ‘CutUp’ in which he used a band slaw to slice a slew of vintage cameras to create one-of-a-kind resin sculptures. Oefner aims to show the inner workings of these valuable devices by placing their pieces inside clear resin. His process involves utilizing a “unique mix of high-end and low-end technologies” to develop each sculptural work, often using vacuum and pressure chambers that are capable of reaching distinct temperatures and atmospheric pressures. The resin blocks are then sliced using a band saw before being polished by hand.
Watch his creation process in the video above and view more projects by visiting Fabian Oefner’s website.
In other artworks, Philadelphia-based artist Paul Rouphail will display unconventional still life paintings as part of an exhibition called “At Home.”
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CutUp No. 01 (2019) 18 W 16 L x 28 H cm Aluminium, Glass, Brass, Resin ⠀⠀ NEW WORK! Happy to share this series of sculptures with you. They were in the making during the last few months, now they are finally ready to share. Check the link in bio to find out more about them. . . . #artspotlight #cutaway #camera #sliced #scienceart #mechanics #sculpture #disintegrating #dissection