Losing My America is a collaborative effort between artist’s an artisans to explore the mergring and diverging art, craft and design processes. Many of the pieces use 3D modeling and printing.
In the exhibition, ceramics serves as the framework for research, discussion and experimentation on digital design and fabrication technologies. January 26–February 27, 2015.
Craft-based manufacturing and industrial production are experimented with in this exhibition by Harvaard grad students in Gallery 224. Feb 26 – April 11, 2014
Harvard Graduate School of Design presents an exhibition of prototypes resulting from research into the architectural application of ceramics in the context of emerging manufacturing technologies. Video Link: https://vimeo.com/93772684
Currated by Joshua G. Stein and Del Harrow, this exhibit highlights the work of architects, artists and designers exploring ceramics and digital technologies and participating in the community on http://www.data-clay.org
In this solo exhibition Del Harrow explores volumetric form through inward and outward movement, and the process of iterative repetition.
New Morphologies is a show curated by Del Harrow and Stacy Jo Scott which deals with the instersection of studio ceramics with digital processes highlighting artists and designers such as Unfold, Stephanie Syjuco, Andy Brayman, Geoffrey Mann and many more.
Ceramics and Sound” brings together the works of artists and designers who have been working at the European Ceramic Workcenter (.ekwc).
“Object Factory: The Art of Industrial Ceramics” is the first major U.S. museum exhibition to survey contemporary innovation in industrial ceramic production and the renaissance of ceramics in art and design today.