The sphere was a school project from a first year Representation class.
The plaster sphere is contained within the copper plates that formed it. The different angles of the copper plates represent the process by which the sphere was made, by continually sliding the plaster shape within the circle of the plate.
Eventually, the plaster forms a perfect sphere that is no longer affected by the copper plate.
Now that the sphere is a perfect shape, it sits untouched within the sharp geometry of the copper plates.
The juxtaposition reveals nothing of the previous relationship between the rounded sphere and the sharp copper.
Status: School Project
Location: Halifax, NS, CA