Sunday, November 2, 2014


After leaving Kiptopeke State Park we traveled across the 17 mile long Bridge and Tunnel System of the Chesapeake Bay, our route took us through the snow white cotton fields of Virginia and North Carolina.

We set up at the Sculpture Studios of The University of North Carolina in Greensboro. The Lab was visited by many students throughout our stay where we scanned some cotton buds picked along the way. We are working on a new piece called 'CottonOpolis'.

The Lecture was well attended and it was good to revisit with the faculty Andrew Dunnill, Pat Wasserboer and Billy Lee who made us very welcome, Thank You! Next stop was Davidson College also in North Carolina.

 Davidson has a beautiful campus and Art facility like a retreat we were well rested and accommodated in the guest house after our lecture and crits with the students in sculpture and digital art. Thank You to our hosts Cort Savage and Austin Shepard.

We had an open door policy as public stopped by the fab lab whilst we worked.

Currently at the edge of Lake Marion we will be on the road again soon for our next public talk is at Savannah College of Art and Design with the Sculpture Forum 2pm Alexander Hall, SCAD, Georgia.
Followed by an open studio in the Airstream with refreshments form 3pm til 5pm

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