Casting TV Screen glass with Megan Cope
Because of COVID Megan couldn't start her residency in June, so I started part of the process for one of her projects before she got to Canberra. Which is just as well because our task was to cast 300 Dugong bones in old TV screen glass. Megan's studio sent us the waxes and so far we have made 200 ish with 50 or so incomplete down to the vagaries of TV screen glass and testing.
Below are a few screenshot images from Megan's residency over on the ANAT Australia soapbox stories. You can watch a few time-lapses of her residency projects.
Recycling TV screen is free glass but requires much elbow grease!
Partway through cleaning and cutting before being 'finished'.