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Working within the overlap of sculpture, craft, coding and design, Tom Lauerman explores the emotional capacities of constructed space as a visual, tactile, and visceral experience. His work is populated with references to archetypal forms from the built environment, including arches, pilotis, stairs, domes, and colonnades.
Often Tom's works are small in size while suggesting a monumental scale. His work is typically "born digital" in the sense that it originates in a digital space and is later materialized in physical materials, primarily clay. To facilitate this, he has designed and built a number of custom 3D clay printers that are used extensively in his studio. Tom has created hybrid digital/physical works via stop-motion animation, illustration, and interactive 3D models. He has exhibited his work widely, nationally and internationally. 

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