When digital technology meets traditional porcelain, the impossible may happen.
These pieces were digitally constructed and then printed with experimental pastes and ceramic materials, making use of an adaption of a Delta 3D Printer by Jonathan Keep.
The morphology is defined by the 3D model, the thickness of the injection aperture, the structure of the material and the air pressure. All these technical factors are combined to generate the final form. Although 3D Print technology is not yet perfect, it is developing fast, and I find it important to explore its potential. The porcelain results today in unrefined layers, which can however be used as part of the objects’ unique aesthetic.
is experimental porcelain
EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCT [ 2014 ]
Make 3D workshop.
Jonathan Keep website.
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochsule