The making of ‘Baroque Minimalism’ | Dani Marti

18 December, 2009

Dani Marti’s sculptural wall artwork is currently being fabricated in UAP’s workshop. A panel of woven rope was made using strands of selected thickness and texture. It was then coated with rubber and encased in a frame of wood and fibreglass to create a mould for casting panels of glass-reinforced concrete. These will be tiled on the wall to create the final effect.

Rope pattern being prepared for casting in UAP workshop

Creating a mould from the woven rope pattern

Creating a mould from the woven rope pattern

Mould ready for casting concrete panels

3 Responses to “The making of ‘Baroque Minimalism’ | Dani Marti”

  1. […] “Baroque minimalism” wall – UAPmarker (descripción con reportaje de fotografías del proceso de […]

  2. Aina said

    Impresionante!!
    Merece la pena seguir trabajando en este campo.
    Espero ver pronto alguno de estos trabajos por las calles!
    Congratulations
    Aina
    Barcelona
    feb2010

    (Impressive! It is worthwhile to continue working in this field. I hope to see some of these works in the streets soon!
    Congratulations
    Aina
    Barcelona
    feb2010)

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