Techno-Neuro Sculptor Collaborates To Build Art Of Intellectual I-Beams with 3D Printing
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Art is in the brain of the artist. And, now there are new 3D printing-driven tools to transmute and transmit the “art” inherent in, and of, the brain for the eye to behold. As beauty…or not!
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If novelty is a component of beauty, then this “art” qualifies as beautiful for its sheer originality. The art is also intensely intellectual — both in the creating and in the perceiving — and can be as convoluted as a synaptic map. The 3D-printed “outputs” look like warped, white plastic wireframes or undulating geometric truss systems. They are, in effect, the solidified brainwaves of individuals volunteering to cooperate in this innovative creative process.
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Ion Popian — perhaps the first “techno-neuro sculptor” — is an artist in Queens, New York with a day-job as an architect. Mr. Popian has created a collection of 3D artworks for an initial series of 3D-printed works he calls “Mental Fabrications.” Popian’s process of radically new art-making is both highly collaborative and highly technological.
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Ion Popian comments, “The process of architecture is what I used to derive this whole concept. It’s trying to bring a scientific…process to an art project.”
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After intuiting this new creative process, Ion Popian recruited a filmmaker — Noah Shulman — to help make specific “video stimulations” to prep participations for their best brainwave work as “co-artists.” Popian also brought in a programmer — Thomas Martinez — to take head-mounted, biosensor-harvested, brainwave data (via a electroencephalogram, or EEG, pick-up) and convert it to CAD files for 3D printing. Then, of course, he invited brainwave-creating volunteers — Popian’s co-artists.
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Could these works of brain-state representation be as unique as fingerprints? Popian thinks so. Could the output of some thought-projecting co-artists come to be considered more beautiful than others? Probably…but the population of brainwave/co-artist participants is still too small to recognize the next Van Gogh of the Synapes. Yet.
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Furthermoe, Popian — architect by training, don’t forget — intends to scale-up his brainwave art to human-habitation size for a more ambitious project this summer of 2014. (May I suggest branding the results as “Intellectual I-Beams?”) Perhaps some Popian brainwave co-artists will end up living in their own unique, 3D-printed, techno-neuro sculptures.
Would that constitute the “ghost in the machine” or the “machine in the ghost?”