Using a data glove and micro scriber the artist has made three dimensional drawings that describe objects in space. The results have been output using CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling, before being moulded and realised in materials such as glass or ceramic.
Jørgensen’s projects merge traditional methods in furniture making, ceramics and foundry work with new technologies such as Rapid Prototyping, Digitising and Motion Capture. The aesthetics of his work reflect the construction process used to make them. Jørgensen is currently Research Fellow in 3D Digital Production at the Autonomatic Research Cluster, University College Falmouth.