Analysis out of the box

3D printing: towards a new industry, towards a new world

Analysis out of the boxContemporary Art | For the past fifteen years, 3D printing, also known as stereolithography, has revolutionized our relationship to materials and objects. With it creators set up new work processes with old materials (notably ceramics) and design innovative materials from recycled or biotechnological materials.

Joris Laarman & MX3D, MX3D Bridge, 2018 © Joris Laarman & MX3D
Joris Laarman & MX3D, MX3D Bridge, 2018
© Joris Laarman & MX3D

A journey through time

It clearly looks like a prehistoric flint, some of which has been poured into latex. You wonder how this object could leave the archaeological museum and be customised in such a way. But now you see several others, with handles similar to those of familiar tools. On each of them you can read the inscription Man Made. You are told that it is a series of objects by Israeli designers (…)

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Joris Laarman & MX3D, MX3D Bridge, 2018 © Joris Laarman & MX3D

Joris Laarman & MX3D, MX3D Bridge, 2018
© Joris Laarman & MX3D

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