Ceramic Commons celebrates collaboration, open-source environment, and digital 3D technology. It allows us to share the 3D files electronically across the world and 3D print the physical works with clay locally. The Ceramic Commons project is an idea that has developed between Anna Andersen, Horsens (DK) and Megumi Naitoh, Boston (USA). Thanks to local printer Paul McAllister (Birmingham UK), these works printed at University of Wolverhampton are now shown in the UK for the first time.
Image courtesy Megumi Naitoh
MAC is hosting an informal launch event for Ceramic Commons: 3D Printed Ceramics Collaborative Exhibition on Saturday 7 March, 1-3pm. Free drop-in event, everyone is welcome.