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Sam Metz

Sam Metz operates out of the Makerspace in Hull and creates work exploring movement and neurodiversity, translated through traditional and digital tools such as drawing, CAD, 3D printing and animation. They are currently making ‘choreographic objects’, objects that describe movement in their making and form. The objects allow Sam to share movement whilst having a connective tissue disorder that makes their body unreliable.

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A Day in the Life of an Artist: Sam Metz

Continuing our series of features on A Day in a Life of the Artist, Sam Metz shares a one-minute film which details the making of two-layered sculptures from poplar plywood. Visual description of the film: A white person with short blonde hair dances silently. Next, we see them in an art ...