Shane Hope, ‘Group_auto_mode’, 2011, Print, Lenticular 3D pigment print, Winkleman Gallery
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Shane Hope

Group_auto_mode, 2011

Lenticular 3D pigment print
24 × 24 in
61 × 61 cm
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Location
New York
Medium
Series
post-scarcity percept-pus portraiture (lenticular 3D prints), 2011-2012
Shane Hope
American, b. 1972
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Threading science, art, and technology, Shane Hope uses open-source nanomolecular design software to create and manipulate molecular models, which he assembles by the thousands into painterly 3-D prints. Equal parts scientific and fantastical, organic and digital, Hope’s holographic creations hint at the infinite possibilities of genetics and molecular physics, as well as the notion of “hacking matter.” As he has said: “The ability to assemble things from-the-molecule-up could give rise to borderline costless systems for controlling the structure of matter itself.”

Shane Hope, ‘Group_auto_mode’, 2011, Print, Lenticular 3D pigment print, Winkleman Gallery
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Medium
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post-scarcity percept-pus portraiture (lenticular 3D prints), 2011-2012
Shane Hope
American, b. 1972
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Threading science, art, and technology, Shane Hope uses open-source nanomolecular design software to create and manipulate molecular models, which he assembles by the thousands into painterly 3-D prints. Equal parts scientific and fantastical, organic and digital, Hope’s holographic creations hint at the infinite possibilities of genetics and molecular physics, as well as the notion of “hacking matter.” As he has said: “The ability to assemble things from-the-molecule-up could give rise to borderline costless systems for controlling the structure of matter itself.”

Shane Hope

Group_auto_mode, 2011

Lenticular 3D pigment print
24 × 24 in
61 × 61 cm
Sold
Location
New York
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