Weaving between physical exploration, precision
drafting, and digital abstraction, the project developed through a hands‐on approach to traditional making and incorporation
of advanced digital modeling and fabrication techniques. Each transition between material, tool, and method evolves the project
in new and unexpected ways. At the same time, a direct relationship is maintained with the impressions established by the
initial model; spatial complexity and variety, layering of component parts, and blurring of boundaries and forms.
While each iteration is conceptualized as full scale, the jump in size to the final
physical installation fully engages the onlooker at a human scale. The Loom construct is explored a final time digitally,
overdrawing a series of photographs of the installation to emphasize various dueling aspects of the project – metal
and wood, curve and control line, solid and void, frame and surface, thick and thin, component and connection.