Harvard’s Design Robotics Group completed a suspended ceramic installation.
Forrest’s Flake project uses CNC million and 3D modelling to create large installation pieces.
An experimental design tool showing interactive digital design and 3D ceramics printing to make a wall composition.
Sharan Elran’s project challenges the underpinnings of mass-production and emphasises the ability for customization and diversity through the use of digital fabrication.
Graduating student Sotiris de Wit has developed a circular contour crafting device, allowing potters to turn large vessel forms using clay extrusions.
Wilson has conduced research in the digitization of 3d forms into virtual space at the University of West England.
UWE developed a method of digitally engraving a rubber composition roller as a replacement for copper intaglio rollers to improve underglaze transfer earthenware at Burleigh Pottery.
Currently conducting research into the adaptation of Egyptian Faience techniques to 3D printed solid free-form ceramics.
Fabricating Ideas is an on-going project dedicated to exhibiting work that uses the latest advanced manufacturing technologies and three-dimensional fabrication tools in the artistic process. While each of the participating artists has a very strong foundation in ceramics, they are all innovators with regard to material, process, and conceptualization.
The project ‘Sgraffito in 3D’ has made the late medieval pottery collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen accessible to a larger audience through 3D reconstruction. Visitors could touch, take-up and manipulate 3D-printed replicas.