Norwood Viviano uses digital 3D modeling and printing technology in combination with the casting process to create his sculptural works. In his March 2012 Residency at The Studio, Viviano plans to create urban and/or industrial landscapes out of kiln-cast glass as an extension of his previous installations. His work will “focus on smaller Midwestern industrialized cities that witnessed a huge population exodus during the second half of the 20th century, and West Coast and Southern cities that went through a transition of population growth, loss, and re-growth during the same period.
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