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Slow Week — Grazer

This week has ended in little progress, but some important decisions were made. There’s a pivotal time to follow, as my own future and that of the Grazer will soon be decided.

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Red Handed — Grazer — Lukas

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This week I tested out what I made, as I’ve started to accept that what seems like it should work in the computer doesn’t always work out in real life. However, the results I got back confirmed what the computer said should happen, so that was a pleasant surprise.

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Taking Form — Lukas

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This week has been a week of progress, as components are completed, hardware is acquired, and inspiration is gained.

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The Walk of The Grazer, Chapter 2 — Lukas

Hi, I’m Lukas. This is my second year pursuing this project — a project dedicated to building a type of kinetic sculpture called a strandbeestinvented by Dutch artist Theo Jansen. You have no idea how many times I have written that sentence over the last year. Too many times. I’ve done a lot of thinking about this project, telling my story, how the project bridges multiple disciplines, how it challenged a way of thinking and my work ethic, what it actually means, and my ever troublesome relationship with technology. You can read all about that in my earlier blog posts.

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