Artist Kevin Caron has a simple explanation for mainly using technology to design his works. “I started using a computer early in my career because I am terrible with a pencil. I can’t draw myself out of box,” he said in an interview from his home in Phoenix.
Since then, technology has become integral to Caron’s work as a metal sculptor. For the past five years, the artist has been using 3D printing to create the designs for his work.
The artist will be one of the speakers for the CODAsummit: The Intersection of Art, Technology and Place, taking place Oct. 2-4 at the El Paso Museum of Art. Artist Kevin Caron uses 3D printing to design works he creates in metal. The artist will speak on Oct. 3 […]
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