Acrylic artwork wins Roland DG's People's Choice prize
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By News Desk
28 November 2011
Selim Halulu spent 50 hours creating 'Interference_Thick 2D' with a Roland MDX-540 milling machine
Roland DG (UK) has announced the October winner of the People's Choice prize in its Creative Awards competition is Selim Halulu, student at the AA School of Architecture in London, for an artwork produced on a Roland MDX-540 milling machine.
Called 'Interference_Thick 2D', the piece's medium is a large transparent acrylic block. Halulu comments: "What's unique about this piece is that although the MDX-540 milling machine is a subtractive process, due to the transparency, the milled drawings look additive when viewed from any side and any angle."
Roland is now accepting entries for its November prize.
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