Art in Progress: Conrad Shawcross
This program explores how Shawcross combines carpentry and computers with ideas about space and technologies in his sculptures and tracks the creation of his Space Trumpet, a massive moving work that hints at 19th century hearing aids and a 21st century space station.
30-minute runtime; one-year copyright clearance
Dec 4 at 4:00am ET/PT
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