Collaborating since 2017, artist Julia Ibbini and computer scientist Stephane Noyer craft intricate sculptures. They use parametric design software to refine and render their work in three-dimensions. Once a laser cuts out the individual rings from paper, fine wood veneer, mother of pearl and repurposed thin acrylic sheeting, the pair glues the layers together. The resulting designs turn art into 3D forms by layering hundreds of individual sheets until they make a sculptural shape.
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