Mutations/Creations: Imprimer le Monde (Printing the World) – Pompidou, Paris

Heather Dewey-Hagborg
Heather Dewey-Hagborg

 

Mutations/Creations: Imprimer le Monde (Printing the World) – Centre Pompidou, Paris

The exhibition explores the emergence of a new digital artefact as a form of artistic creation, printed in 3D.

Some related images:

Additivism
Additivism

Aleksa Studio
Aleksa Studio

3d-printing-ceramics
Olivier Van Herpt

Achraf Touloub
Achraf Touloub

Hongtao Zho
Hongtao Zho

Tangible Media Group.gif
Tangible Media Group

Artists, designers and architects featured in the exhibition:

Additivism (Morehshin Allahyari & Daniel Rourke) ; Aleksa Studio (Aleksandrina Rizova); Alisa Andrasek (Biothing) ; Aldo Bakker ; Mathias Bengtsson ; Henriette Bier  & Sina Mostafavi ; Erwan et Ronan Bouroullec ; François Brument & Sonia Laugier, Ammar Eloueini ; Thibault Brunet ; Heather Dewey-Hagborg ; Dong Lin & Chi Zhou ; Goliath Dyèvre & Grégory Chatonsky ; Hyun-hwa Cho et Raphaël Thibault ; Jean-Baptiste Fastrez ; Vincent Fournier ; Laureline Galliot ; Dov Ganchrow & Ami Drach ; Gramazio Kohler Research ; Michael Hansmeyer & Benjamin Dillenburger ; Brian Harms ; Jesse Howard ; Hiroshi Ishii, Lining Yao, Jifei Ou (Tangible Media Group, MIT) ; Joris Laarman ; Achim Menges ; EZCT Architecture & Design Research (Philippe Morel : EZCT / XtreeE ; Felix Agid) ; Nendo (Oki Sato) ; Nervous System (Jessica Rosenkrantz &  Jesse Louis-Rosenberg) ; Olga Neuwirth ; Neri Oxman ; Matthew Plummer-Fernandez ; Jon Rafman ; Gilles Retsin et Manuel Jiménez García ; Jenny Sabin ; Neta Soreq ; Studio A2 et New North Press ; Studio Swine (Azusa Murakami &  Alexander Groves) ; Skylar Tibbits & Christophe Guberan (Self-assembly Lab, MIT) ; Achraf Touloub ; Unfold (Claire Warnier et Dries Verbruggen) ; University of Tokyo Advanced Design Studies Unit (Yusuke Obuchi, Kengo Kuma, Jun Sato, Kevin Clement, Anders Rod) ; Lilian van Daal ; Olivier Van Herpt ; Dirk Vander Kooij ; Woody Vasulka ; Daniel Widrig ; Hongtao Zhou.

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