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Mutations-Créations / Imprimer le monde, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2017
Display of Smart Dynamic Casting
Digital technologies have revolutionised design and production, transforming the practice of architects, designers and artists. What is the status of the author-creator in the age of non-standard production and its unique but industrially manufactured objects? What is the status of the 3D-printed object, simultaneously everyday object, technological product, work of art, designer item, and architectural prototype? How come the digital age has seen it spread to every field of production? Described as a disruptive technology, 3D printing has become widely diffused over the last decade and a half, thanks open-source-software-based platforms, adopted throughout industry from aeronautics to biotechnology.

For further information on the research project see: Smart Dynamic Casting

For further information on the exhibition see: Imprimer le Monde, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Credits:
Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich

Client: Centre Pompidou, Paris
Collaborators: Hannes Mayer, Esther Lombardini (project lead), Ena Lloret Kristensen

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