Meshminds 1.0: ArtXTechforgood
3D printing (PLA)
Exhibited at the Art Science Museum, Singapore, this work is an examination of places of commute as a fleeting landscape. Transitory places like bus interchanges, MRT stations, tunnels are places we routinely passed through but are oft overlooked. We do not recall what we see during our daily commute - the texture of the walls, the height of an escalator. I aim to gather fragments of spaces that convey ideas of liminality and the physicality of the space. To convey and visualize the rush hour, I would like to materialize these fragments of time and space and challenge the current technology of photogrammetry to capture the speed of a commute in a fleeting space. I would like to observe the technological failure of the software within the perimeters of image-making and 3D rendering - rendering an active moving space.
Rifqi Amirul Rosli is an artist in Singapore whose works often deals with the in-between of things: states of suspension, transition, liminality. He probes into the construction of personal boundaries and speculative states that defines one’s purpose and sentimentality towards a place. He describes the personal connection one has to a physical, or an imagined place, which may not necessarily be a typical home, but could relate to a sense of familiarity, a tradition or a regular activity that becomes a part of one’s identity.
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