Amy Karle uses the mind, body, science, and technology to create art. Working across a variety of platforms she engages questions about what it means to be human by creating projects on, around, or about the body; it is the subject and the medium. She creates sculptures, garments/wearables, and performance using physiology, consciousness, and technology to create representations of our internal states so that we may study the mind and body and even learn to reprogram it. She often uses […]
Sarah Goldberg wears many hats: from artistic director to artistic lead for several Parisian locations, she founded in 2005 the French organization “Le Candiraton” (an organization promoting independent cultures). With this organization, she produced 4 festivals and 23 exhibits all over Europe. In 2099, she created “‘Be My Toys”, as the first Art Toys festival in France. This is where she first introduces the use of 3D Printing to manufacture Art Toys. in 2013, she co-founded the first FabLab/ArtLab specialized […]
Is 3D Printing really reshaping the work of the designer? Designers were among the first group of people taking advantage of 3D Printing when software development aligned with the technological advancement of printers, bringing the technology more accessible to all. We’ve had a lot of talks and presentations over the last 10 years explaining how 3D Printing changed the work of the designers. But, is it really reshaping the work, in the sense that it is totally disrupting the way things […]
Katrin, could you let us know about your background and what brought you into 3D printing in the first place? I am from Iceland and live between Reykjavik and Helsinki. I studied industrial design in Paris in the 90s and have in my carrier worked between product, graphic design, illustration and teaching. I came to 3D printing through philosophy, 2D drawing and the ultimate desire to materialize the subjective world and the existential ideas I was exploring. So I can […]
Prof. Mary Visser, Holder of the Herman Brown Chair teaches sculpture and 3D modeling at Southwestern University. Her artwork has appeared in more than 130 exhibitions around the world including the touring e-Form Cybersculpture exhibition for the 2008 Olympic events in China. Visser received her MFA in sculpture from The Ohio State University and is Vice President of Ars Mathematica, an international organization devoted to promoting digital sculpture. Mary, could you let us know about your background and what brought […]
Bridgette, could you let us know about your background and what brought you to 3D printing? I am an American figurative sculptor of over 20+ years. With my art and my 3D technology journey, I have created quite a niche for myself. This was rather unintentional, but has proved to be very exciting. I am a fine artist and writer bridging the chasm between fine art and digital technology. It has been so strange to see these two worlds come […]
Natalia is an accomplished designer who discovered her passion for jewelry creation only after first leading herself to neuroscience studies. Her particular background in Sciences probably led to her love for technology. As a Maker, 3D printing became a natural response to the technical challenges she faced when creating her pieces. Her jewelry seeks to combine the languages of science and art. Natalia, could you let us know about your background and what brought you into 3D printing? I studied marketing and […]
This interview is part of our IBM 360 Fashion & Tech “Startup Runway & Innovation Awards” series, featuring female designers and entrepreneurs who showcased their work during the “Startup Runway & Innovation Awards” event that took place in San Francisco on November the 3rd. Rachel Nhan was among the featured designers on the runway. Rachel became famous in the 3D Printing industry thanks to her 3D Printed Neckpiece, before even graduating!
Kadet Kuhne is an accomplished artist, using multiple technologies and media in her art. Her work has been featured nationally and internationally at select venues such as the Museum of Art Lucerne, de Young Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Contemporary Art Center Villa Arson, Antimatter Film Festival, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, Krowswork, LACE Gallery, Crossroads Film Festival and Highways Performance Space and Gallery.
Darlene Farris-LaBar is both an associate professor of art at East Stroudsburg University and an internationally known artist who makes art about the natural environment. Her creations are not only beautiful but they also serve as educational tools in order to provide awareness about the vulnerability of the environment.
Christina Douk has a passion for 3D modeling and 3D printing. She started getting her hands into it in 2011 and since then, she created several characters that personally echo my own imaginary world. You can see some of her work on her website and below in this article.
Corinne Whitaker has been a pioneer in digital imaging. In 1994 she set up the Digital Giraffe, a monthly online art journal which she edits, publishes, programs, and designs. Her works have been exhibited all over the world, in more than 300 group and solo shows.
The Woman in 3D Printing figure I am delighted to present in the blog today is the well-known Bathsheba. I am not sure I have to present her, but if I had to, I would say she is one of the few using mathematics for sculptural and artistic purpose. Resulting of her
The Woman in 3D Printing figure I am delighted to present in the blog today is Dilek Sezen. She got into 3D Printing only recently, but already created amazing collections out of this technology. I am thrilled to have her part of our community and to share her