Auriea Harvey’s 3D-Printed Sculptures are “Born Broken”

Her first solo show with Steven Sacks’ digital art imprint, Auriea Harvey’s “Year Zero” opens at bitforms gallery, New York. Alongside samples from the net artist’s long collaborative career, “Year Zero” introduces a new body of mixed-media sculptural work. Amalgamations of 3D body scans, 3D models of her clay sculptures, and historic museum artifacts, these digital and 3D-printed objects are hybrid products, made in Western Europe but borrowing from its colonies. “My sculptures are born broken,” states Harvey. “It is up to me to mend them.”

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