Exhibitions

Looking forward to attending this exhibition.  Here is a description of the event on the galleries website.
SEND TO PRINT / PRINT TO SEND
Send to print / print to send

Send to Print / Print to Send offers an impression of uses of 3D Printing* in the design industry today. This timely exhibition shows work by designers and organisations who are developing the capabilities of this technology. In addition it will include examples of the increasingly important role 3D Printing plays in the design process, particularly during the complex prototyping stages.

Featuring pieces from the studios of both established and emerging designers, The Aram Gallery uses this exhibition as a way to examine how designers’ processes are developing to accommodate new technological advances. We offer our visitors an idea of what 3D Printing is, and how it is being contemporaneously used. This exhibition is not intended as an exhaustive overview, but a cross-disciplinary pick and mix of examples.

* 3D Printing, the summary term for Rapid Prototyping or Additive Manufacturing is a means of creating Three Dimensional objects using a specifically designed printer. In place of ‘ink’ a continuous strand of, most commonly, polyamide or nylon is layered up to create a 3D form based on a computer drawn image. Early uses of 3D Printing were for creating prototypes as the process, although costly, is much quicker than producing a handmade model. More recently, Rapid Prototyping technology is being used to produce ‘finished’, end designs.

Send to Print / Print to Send will include works from the fields of architecture, industrial design, fashion, and product design.

Participants:

Assa Ashuach, Riccardo Bovo, Michael Eden, FAT, Freedom of Creation­­, Jump Studios, Markus Kayser, Dirk vander Kooij, Chau Har Lee, PearsonLloyd, Chloe McCormick & Nicholas O’Donnell-Hoare, Serie, Superfusionlab, Silvia Weidenbach and Unfold.

Right:
Eden, Large Oval Yellow Bloom
McCormick, Warp Ottoman
Serie, Mumbai Facade

Michael Eden, Large Oval Yellow Bloom, Courtesy of Adrian Sasson, 2011

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