Beth Lewis-Williams uses 3D printing and ceramics to create lighting and sculpture.
Jade Crompton uses 3D printing and CNC milling in her ceramic work.
Matt Davis re-creates 3D printed forms in Bone China Clay among other projects.
Kate Blacklock uses digital processes for developing her work inclusing 3D printing.
Alice Le Biez uses digital processes for developing her work inclusing 3D printing.
Eric van Straaten’s plaster 3D printed figurines further the traditional ceramic practice of figuration. His figures show the potential of 3D printing technology’s ability to achieve detail and variety from 3D models.
Wim Delvoye digitally distorts figures in 3-D rending software to later be cast.
Bruin’s work adapts the 3D printing technologies into an analogue process, allowing for experimentation and variability in the final pieces.
Gallaccio’s works with natural materials to create site-specific installations addressing decomposition and transformation. Her work ‘beautiful minds’ uses a 3D clay printer.
Maura Biava uses digital processes for developing her work inclusing laser scanning and 3D slip printing.