Moriarty’s dynamic studio practice intermingles conventional drawing and casting with digital technologies and projection.
Small paintings are created using recycled glass slides and High Flow acrylic paint.
Pattern designs for sculptures are first drawn digitally.
The designs are then cut on a laser cutter. Some of the cuts are kept as-is, while others are used for molds.
The cut designs are layered and cast in polyurithan rubber.
From the rubber mold, a copy of the design can be produced in wax. The wax is them invested and cast in either glass or metal.
The objects and slides produced are then illuminated and magnified using outdated projection systems.
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