Jul 5, 2013 - 3D-Druck News
3D-printing takes art into another dimension
An exhibition opening at the University of Johannesburg aims to bring the 3D-printing movement into the public conversation.
From a distance, it looks like an ordinary human skull, its white surface contrasting with the black velvet it rests on. But, as you move closer, you realise that the cranium fractures into filigree detail, something that its creator, the United States-based sculptor Joshua Harker, says symbolises his attempts to break away from traditional ways of making and disseminating art.
(…weiter auf mg.co.za)