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Pre visualization, Surface Encounters

Early 3d pre visualization, of the exhibition Surface Encounters

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To curl a piece of square paper

A 3D simulation, To curl a piece of square paper

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Chrome t-rex

I had made the model but felt it was much more fun in the test face than the finished version. A more official version: http://jesper-carlsen.com/2016/11/walk-cycle-2016/

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James Blake – Postpone – Detroid

An attempt in editing, and a marriage of James Blake and Detroid fine metro system.

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Skin 2015, edit

Early editing, nice and rough. for the animation: http://jesper-carlsen.com/2015/10/ski…

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3d and Russian constructivism

Here is my first attempt with a 3d image. The picture was taken of a previous project :http://jesper-carlsen.com/projects/2011_3D_cube.html Inspired both of Russian constructivism and spacial representation used as visual-stimuli in neurological studies, I think my use of 3D was inevitable. more to come…    

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nine swimming pools and a broken glass

Nine swimming pools and a broken glass[Nine swimming pools] Edward Ruscha, 1968 soft-cover artist’s book. reinterpretation as simple and as inexpensive as possible. (in a blog with references to pictures from flicker)

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Crome PH5

3D Test render. of a PH5 lamp in crome. In order to se the incandescent bulb.The opposite of what was intended with the original.This project was original conceived as a project for the exhibition Light and Matter (the Copenhagen Interpretation). An exhibition which took place in a lighthouse complex in Edenburgh (http://www.sierrametro.com/). It was dropped, […]

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  • This blog is a place for projects that do not fit on the main site jesper-carlsen.com because it is considered as an archive for completed artworks. It is experiments that has been abandoned or not yet found their final form. I think these experiments still bear some relevance as glimpse of the underlying practice. On a personal level it feels good to have a place for these projects and perhaps even set them free in a way. Then other might see an idea and develop it further. Its something that I would like to see from other artists as well because I think it may show something interesting.