3-D Mechanism Series@@Shiro Takahashi@

1) Parallel Axes Type
a mechanism in which every axes parallel to any other

2) Convergent Axes Type
a mechanism in whichi extensions of all axes converget at one point

3) Twisted Axes Type
a mechanism in which a multiple axes are uniformly twisted


¨1969
Electromagica

work #1
work #2
work #3
work #8
work #9


¨1970
Expo 70 Osaka


work #4 , #5

New works


work #6 , #7

New works


It is possible to obtain complicated movement by means of a combination of 2-D mechanisms to be easily designed and ,anufactured just like the case of machines in practical use. However, the configurations of such plain machines cannot be compalible with the field of solid and spatial images that attract our senses. Therefore, this author created a new mechanism aiming at an aesthetic objective. The 3-D mechanism series is awork obtained by materiazing a rocking space module.@

¨1976@Shinjuku Sumitomo Building
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Imitations
Made in Germany, Taiwan, Fake-artist in NY

2016 Aug.11 - Oct.23@"Aichi Triennale"
2007 "Deus Ex Machina


¨Three types of Mechanism

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