Mathematical Sculpture Collection
Hydrocal Torus Knot, Figure 1
Alex J. Feingold, Binghamton University--SUNYFollow
A hydrocal casting of a 12" torus knot.
Hydrocal is a kind of plaster which dries to a hard white solid, often used for casting projects by students in the sculpture studio. The hydrocal torus knot, seen here, is shown after some repairs and sanding.
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Since January 07, 2017
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