Monday, April 21, 2008

Digital Design Futures (exhibition)

Automake and Future Factories: Digital Design Futures is an exhibition that explores the significant role of digital design in the creation of contemporary craft and design.

Automake presents the work of Justin Marshall, a craftsperson/maker whose research investigates the integration of a range of digital technologies into ‘traditional’ art and craft practices, leading to the creation of innovative new work.

FutureFactories presents the work of Lionel Theodore Dean, who has acted as a consultant to the transport and interior products industry for twenty years. His research is based around the use of rapid prototyping for the mass individualisation of products.

The exhibition is at The Hub (national centre for craft & design) in Sleaford, Lincolnshire from 3 May - 8 June.


Anonymous said...

wonderfull craft work, i exhibited and impressed well done the team, it is also good example of multiple researchers working from different universities

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I am exploring a hybrid form of art and design practice through the use of computer-based design and fabrication tools. I am interested in experimental objects and spaces that are dynamic and responsive and seek to challenge perceptions, expectations and established behavior.

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