Fruitful Mirror

Fruitful is building on a culture of Still life painting of the Flamish School of the 17th century (1) and its baroc echoes, with an obvious pleasure of material sensuality.
The frame is built from an exquisite American Wallnut massive wood, carved by the best of digital fabrication: a 7 axis robot arm reclaimed from automotive industry and programmed by the designer.
Within his research on WoodWork2.0: the Postindustrial Craft, Guillaume Credoz (Bits to Atoms), explores the fringes of digital fabrication with both his artist and architect background.
He composed a live assembly of real fruits and vegetables (in a reference to the one of made of meat by Claude Lantier, in "Le ventre de paris" de Balzac (2)) that he 3D scanned and further edited digital to get the code to have his 10 tons robot arm to carve it.
He 3D printed a few ants in brass with joyfully inhabit the frame between the fruits, giving an extra note of edonism to this unique piece resulting from hundreds of coding and machining hours.

A real life composition of fruits and vegetables was 3D scanned. The files obtained have been re-assembled into a frame that has been machined with our 10 tons industrial 7 axis robot arm on a solid piece of American walnut.

Fruitful Mirror

Fruitful Mirror

Fruitful Mirror

Fruitful Mirror

Fruitful Mirror

Fruitful Mirror

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