Arts and Culture  Exhibition 

3D. Print the world

100 Works by 87 Authors

3D. Print the world
Arts and Culture  Exhibition 

3D. Print the world

100 Works by 87 Authors

31/08/2017


Solid C1 chair, 2005. Patrick Jouin for MGX by Materialise

The industrial revolution of the late 18th century made possible the mass production of consumer goods, and 3D printing pursues the opposite: individualized manufacturing. The Espacio Fundación Telefónica offers in its new exhibition a broad vision of this digital phenomenon that turns consumers into producers, and which challenges the current production model by virtue of cost reduction, flexibility of prototyping, and customization. The exhibition has been curated by the Spanish architects and designers Carmen Baselga and Héctor Serrano, and it includes about 100 works by 87 authors related to fields as diverse as medicine, fashion, gastronomy, and architecture.

The exhibition ‘3D. Printing the world’ will be on view until 22 October 2017 at Espacio Fundación Telefónica in Madrid.  [+]


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