Category Archive: moulds




WiP: sharing studio with (no)body

  Stone sculptures by Milena Naef  

WiP: Holding hand

Still frame from video      

WiP: With in hands

Visit by Maria Roosen, photo by Maria    

WiP: with grandfather’s hands


WiP: in its own


WiP: hand in hand


WiP: in grandfathers hands


WiP: naamapallerot


WiP: blowing day

WiP: blow blow blow


WiP: preparing mould


WiP: wax view


WiP: Studio view


WiP: tööt


WiP: Alginate faces


WiP: glove experiment with glass dough


WiP: Space between


WiP: Space between – in the hotshop

  First trials are done. Now we try to blow into a more concrete mould with help by glass blower Erno Takala.  

WiP: Mould making – masks


WiP: Mask making


O!: Plastic workshop

    Molds and castings, Foam, stone-like, metal powder combined with resins and rubbers.   Fun workshop with Anthony Sgard in the Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam.   Look for materials from FormX.    

WiP: Making moulds with Sander

  The day started with mould making. Sander Boeijink helped us to make plaster molds for kiln casting. First a positive was made out of clay.   In the afternoon we turned on a… Continue reading

WiP: misuse of protection

WiP: distortion of a holding hand

Casting and recasting, using a mold made out of alginate, cast in hard plaster.    

WiP: kettle glove – out of mould!

Finally the plaster mould was dry and I got to test how it comes out when pouring liquid clay inside.  

WiP: fingers crossed – testing alginate

For the first time I tried alginate to make molds with great details. It i made out of brown algae and also used by dentist (having a nice smell of mint). Very exciting!… Continue reading

WiP: Second half of the plaster mould

The second half of my kettle glove mould was made plaster catching all the little details of textile.   The mould will be dried in a drying cabinet for the next two weeks.

WiP: watch your fingers! – mould making

The kettle glove was being sealed with varnish and filled with paper. First a clay base was made as a preparation for a layer of plaster.   The best tricks for mould making… Continue reading

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