Also at Marsden Woo, Wanless and Aparicio unveiled their first experiments with glass, which they’ve been blowing into textile molds — the result of which is that both the aluminum pieces and the glass vessels maintain a similar surface texture to their NSEPS pieces, connecting their overall body of work in a subtle but pleasing way. The only problem is that they can’t do the glass- and metalworks at their actual studio, since the Jablite factory bars hot works for insurance purposes (too many flammable solvents lying around). They’ve had to find a satellite workspace for those projects.
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Also at Marsden Woo, Wanless and Aparicio unveiled their first experiments with glass, which they’ve been blowing into textile molds — the result of which is that both the aluminum pieces and the glass vessels maintain a similar surface texture to their NSEPS pieces, connecting their overall body of work in a subtle but pleasing way. The only problem is that they can’t do the glass- and metalworks at their actual studio, since the Jablite factory bars hot works for insurance purposes (too many flammable solvents lying around). They’ve had to find a satellite workspace for those projects.