Corinne Whitaker

The field of digital sculpture is a new one, enticing artists to transmit forms on their monitor into objects to touch and feel. It takes the power of Intel’s dual Xeon processors to transform a tiny bit of silicon into digitally-designed solid sculptures. It takes more than a bit of magic to move from a chip to a solid work of art. And it takes the imagination of an artist combined with the brilliance of technology to produce sculptures in bronze, stainless steel, aluminum, and new composite materials.

Together, artists and engineers are combining their efforts to bring the world of tomorrow into the lives of today.

c.Corinne Whitaker 2005