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30 Computers Sculpture Project
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Welcome to the 30 Computers Sculpture Project.  This website  documents an ongoing  project to deconstruct  30 discarded personal computers and  then  create sculptures from all their constituent parts.  The idea for this project came in 2001 and it may take a few more years to fully complete. In the meantime, this site presents completed works as well as works in progress.

Many of the current and planned works of 30 Computers also fall under another conceptual theme that I am developing: Timeless Shapes and Momentary Materials. This collection is comprised of three-dimensional manipulations of "found" objects into certain geometric shapes or polyhedra. These shapes have been found in nature and have fascinated artists since ancient times. By implementing these polyhedral shapes with found objects, I aim to mark our moment in time with materials that would otherwise be disposed of and lost forever.

Each work in the 30 Computers Sculpture Project presents unique conceptual, artistic as well as technical challenges.  This website documents each sculpture in this project as well as other creations of the sculptor, Forrest McCluer.

 
 
 

Upcoming Exhibits:

 

Bridges Enschede 2013
Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Culture
Enschede, the Netherlands
July 27-31, 2013

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