Exploring the familiar forms through future focused technology and mean. The form itself is a representation of the future remaking an object from the past.
At Lump we were approached by RMIT to take part in a new program involving education, technology and manufacturing. In particular we agreed to collaborate with RMIT on a public sculpture that would include student participation and utilise the world-class teaching facilities at RMIT’s AMP (Advanced Manufacturing Precinct).
The sculpture transformed by this incredible opportunity is “Jacks”, designed and made at Lump HQ especially for the collaboration. The concept for the piece is to explore familiar forms through future focused technology and mean. The form itself is a representation of the future remaking an object from the past.
Thank you to Michael Fuller and the students. Mohammad “Zaki” Bahador and Rahmatullah Ahmadi. Professor Milan Brandt, Dr. Ferry Dharmawan and all the staff at the Advanced Manufacturing Precinct.
- 5,500 AUD
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- 60 kg
- 1500 x 1500 x 1500
- Recommended spot lights
- Corten steel with natural rusted finish
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