Laplacian Growth

February 4th, 2015 . 1 comment

The two above pieces are some sculptural objects I’ve produced for an exhibition a friend of mine runs every year. They’re the result of some ongoing work and research I’ve been doing into generative techniques for modelling and growing organic objects – in this case, coral. The objects were designed using a directed laplacian growth process, then 3d printed and cast in brass.

The video below shows the progression preceding the final forms.

They’re currently on exhibition and available for purchase until Feb 23 at Art By Design 10, Wedge Gallery, near Books Kinokuniya, L2, The Galeries, 500 George St, Sydney.

§ One Response to Laplacian Growth

  • Hi Matt
    I really love your Laplacian Growth models.
    I would like to know if you can share your technique or algorithms with me.
    Also if you can redirect me to a resource to learn about it.

    Thanks for your kind attention

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