Ceramics and its Dimensions: Shaping the Future: Filigree Robotics - Point and Line

Flemming Tvede Hansen (Producent), Martin Tamke (Producent), Henrik Leander Evers (Producent), Esben Clausen Nørgaard Clausen Nørgaard (Producent)

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Resumé

Exhibition in relation to the project Ceramics and its Dimensions: Shaping the Future at:

30th January – 22th April 2018
 Bröhan-Museum, Landesmuseum für Jugendstil, Art Deco und Funktionalismus
 (Berlin, Germany)
15th May – 31st July 2018 
National Museum of Slovenia (
Ljubljana, Slovenia)
4th September – 11th November 2018 
Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague (
Prague, Czech Republic)

Filigree Robotics investigates how digital technological developments open spaces for new expressions and allow rethinking of traditions in ceramics. The project is a collaboration between the field of Ceramic Design, School of Design and The Centre for Information Technology and Architecture(CITA), School of Architecture that unfold how advances in 3d motion capture technology, digital scanning technology and 3d printing in clay create new interfaces and processes between human, space and material. Thus Filigree Robotics is situated in a context that allow the combination of specialized knowledge of ceramic material and architecture with digital technology.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2018
Publikationsmedierceramics
Størrelse100 x 40 x 10 cm
StatusUdgivet - 2018

Emneord

  • 3d printing
  • Robot Technology
  • Architecture
  • experiment
  • Digital Technologies

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

  • Ja

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 Bröhan-Museum, Landesmuseum für Jugendstil, Art Deco und Funktionalismus
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 Bröhan-Museum, Landesmuseum für Jugendstil, Art Deco und Funktionalismus
 (Berlin, Germany)15th May – 31st July 2018 
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