During my interview with Vincent, we talked about his involved work process and how he utilizes technologies such as 3D scanning and 3D printing to augment his work on gender issues. In this blog post, Vincent generously shares behind-the-scene images for pouch (2016), a new piece of work that reconsiders his series, thoughts on fertility (2013). 

Model making.

Inspiration.

Building the form on the computer.

Prints.

In progress.

Photopolymer resin.

Detail of pouch.

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