A&H Making at IU

Making in Your Arts & Humanities World

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This 3D virtual-reality rendering of Hieronymous Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights lets the viewer experience a 2D painting of immense complexity from a completely new angle.
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This reproduction of the Fuller Brooch, used in Kalani Craig's Medieval Saints & Sinner's course, lets students explore the cultural and economic value and constraints of gift-giving practices in Anglo-Saxon England. (original photo courtesy of British Museum)
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This recreation of the 12th century structure of Castello di Vairano Patenora provides students with two perspectives on a still-standing structure. The first revives the building and presents it outside of the context of "historical ruin". The second shows it in its 12th century context, without the 14th and 16th century additions that are present today.
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As Assistant Professor in the School of Art, Architecture, and Design, Justin Bailey oversees 3D design courses, and his art and research incorporates digital design and fabrication techniques, as seen in pieces such as Crenellated Lamp, which uses a steel interior structure to support both a light fixture and acrylic panels. Justin Bailey's portfolio can be seen here.