This QR Code Sculpture brings a new way to look at the widely spread two-dimensional matrix bar code. German artist Elena Belmann took the technology of the QR code and transformed it into an intricate work of art. The black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background were recreated by the artist in the real 3D world by using blocks of wood. The result is a stunning wooden sculpture capturing some of the artist’s questions about the act of turning a 2D QR code into a 3D informational structure. She asks if this transformation would change the information content. Spotted on Neatorama, the QR Code Sculpture is seen by the artist as an information carrier object. If you are interested in finding out more about Elena Belmann, check out her blog. In the meantime, what do you think about this wooden attempt on turning the QR code into a questionable information carrier?
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