(2015) acrylic on 3D printed plastic, 18" diameter by 2" high Using a process called photogrammetry, I made a scan of one of the many discarded tires that we found in back alleys that had mosquito larvae in them when I accompanied the Baltimore Mosquito Study scientists in the field. I took a series of still photographs of the scene from different angles, which were processed into a 3D file by photogrammetry software. After further editing, the file was printed it on a 3D printer in sections, glued together and painted.
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