Ceramic Commons: 3D Printed Ceramics Collaborative Exhibitions

Exhibit: March 11, 2019 - April 22, 2019

Artist Talk: Wed March 13, 3:30 - 4:15 

The ceramic commons project is an idea that has develop between Anna Andersen, Horsens (DK) and Megumi Naitoh, Boston (USA). both working with ceramic and 3D printing. Ceramic Commons celebrate open-source environment, and digital 3D technology that allows us to send and share work across the world. We invited 10 artists working with a ceramic extruding 3D printer, and asked them to join the project by sending their work to us electronically. The collection of 10 works is printed in Boston, showing at Gallery 5 at Emmanuel College from 3/11/19-4/22/19. This is an organic process and an open ended project that provokes dialogues about sharing resources and issues around authorship and aesthetic control.


Friday, March 22

More dates through April 22, 2019

Gallery 5, 5th Floor
Administration Building, 400 Fenway, Boston, MA 02115, USA

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