Our Past Exibitions

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Liverpool

Liverpool, a city steeped in maritime, music and fotball history. The city was awarded as European Capital of Culture in 2008 and honoured as ‘City of Music’ by UNESCO in 2015. House of The Beatles, Liverpool F.C. and of Scousers, Liverpool easy going citizens always up for a laugh and to welcome outsiders.

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San Francisco

San Francisco, the cultural, commercial, and financial center of Northern California. Mostly known for its year-round fog, iconic Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars and colorful Victorian houses.

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Madrid

Madrid, Spain’s central capital, a city of elegant boulevards and expansive, manicured parks. Renowned for its rich repositories of European art, including the Prado Museum’s works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters.

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Iso

Iso by CPstudio46. An idea, a project, an object but also a lamp made with a 3D printer. The material chosen was PLA, a biodegradable thermoplastic. We took a globe, we divided it following the bisectors and the obtained segments are designed to be 3D printed. Each segment has a magnet on each side to be assembled magnetically, so you can fit the complete sphere, or join the pieces to get the shape you want. Choose the color and the filament you prefer, PLA (polyactic acid) or ABS. If you care about environment, then choose PLA (as we did) because it is a biodegradable and bioactive thermoplastic plastic derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca roots, potato starch or sugar cane. For the bulb we suggest to choose an energy-efficient light bulbs instead of traditional incandescent bulb, to avoid any risk of PLA degradation (heat can negatively influence PLA properties) and to make our lamp 100% environmental friendly!

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Novo Sapiens

Novo Sapiens is a creation of Laurie Ramsell. His practice is concerned with human intervention in nature. We live in human curated landscapes and digital spaces. How will we design our bodies to work in closer cooperation with our digital environments over the next century, what role can art and design play regarding tailored user experience in augmented realities, or bespoke commodities in prosthetics and fashion? Ramsell works with emerging technologies, new materials and processes to try and understand the implications of such questions, and explore the ethical issues which arise when this questions our identity as a species, one responsible for our own evolution.

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H3adtrauma

H3adtrauma is an idea by tree artist: Jason E. Quinlan, Peter Petersen and Sebastian Dotter. These 3 international artists collaborate using in their different techniques (digital sculpting, 3D printing, traditional sculpting and painting) of expression to find new ways of creating art. Sebastian Dotter and Peter Petersen worked on site at 3D Druckzentrum Ruhr in Essen, Germany. They communicated with Jason Quinlan, who was working in Detroit, USA via video chat and prepared the leading concept. Jason Quinlan produced three digital sculptures, which turned out to be monkeyheads. The model was then optimized and printed at 3D Druckzentrum Ruhr by Peter Petersen, passing it on to Sebastian Dotter, who took his masonry and painting skills to transform the once digital file – now a tangible object, into a traditional sculpture inspired by spiritual fetish and totem motifs.

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Iso

Iso by CPstudio46. An idea, a project, an object but also a lamp made with a 3D printer. The material chosen was PLA, a biodegradable thermoplastic. We took a globe, we divided it following the bisectors and the obtained segments are designed to be 3D printed. Each segment has a magnet on each side to be assembled magnetically, so you can fit the complete sphere, or join the pieces to get the shape you want. Choose the color and the filament you prefer, PLA (polyactic acid) or ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene). If you care about environment, then choose PLA (as we did) because it is a biodegradable and bioactive thermoplastic plastic derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca roots, potato starch or sugar cane. For the bulb we suggest to choose an energy-efficient light bulbs instead of traditional incandescent bulb, to avoid any risk of PLA degradation (heat can negatively influence PLA properties) and to make our lamp 100% environmental friendly!

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Novo Sapiens

Novo Sapiens is a creation of Laurie Ramsell. His practice is concerned with human intervention in nature. We live in human curated landscapes and digital spaces. How will we design our bodies to work in closer cooperation with our digital environments over the next century, what role can art and design play regarding tailored user experience in augmented realities, or bespoke commodities in prosthetics and fashion? Ramsell works with emerging technologies, new materials and processes to try and understand the implications of such questions, and explore the ethical issues which arise when this questions our identity as a species, one responsible for our own evolution.

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H3adtrauma

H3adtrauma is an idea by tree artist: Jason E. Quinlan, Peter Petersen and Sebastian Dotter. These 3 international artists collaborate using in their different techniques (digital sculpting, 3D printing, traditional sculpting and painting) of expression to find new ways of creating art. Sebastian Dotter and Peter Petersen worked on site at 3D Druckzentrum Ruhr in Essen, Germany. They communicated with Jason Quinlan, who was working in Detroit, USA via video chat and prepared the leading concept. Jason Quinlan produced three digital sculptures, which turned out to be monkeyheads. The model was then optimized and printed at 3D Druckzentrum Ruhr by Peter Petersen, passing it on to Sebastian Dotter, who took his masonry and painting skills to transform the once digital file – now a tangible object, into a traditional sculpture inspired by spiritual fetish and totem motifs.

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Twister

Twister by Paul Murrin is an artwork developed using a parametric algorithm.
The underlying mathematical description is then interpreted to produce a set of shaped parts that are 3D printed. Once printed the parts are carefully painted using acrylic paint, laid out and glued as required. The result is an eye-catching piece with a mathematical beauty that looks different from every angle.

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Hex Ceramics

Ceramic street art maker from Liverpool. Probably listening to the New York Dolls or the Cramps. Stone or ceramic tile floors have been used for centuries in homes, courtrooms, palaces, and other grand spaces. Ceramic or stone can look traditional and antique, or be styled to come off as modern and chic. Here at Hex Ceramic we developed a new technique for putting highly detailed raised imagery onto clay, making old crafts with new technology!

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The tower of blue horses

The tower of blue horse is a conception by Maxi. Maxi is a 3D-artist for more than 8 years and her specialty is transforming painted artwork into 3D-sculptures. She uses different software to virtually define the shapes and sculpt the details of her models. The most important aspect for her is to keep the forms and shapes of the original as precise as possible and interpret the third dimension consistent with the oeuvre. The sculptures can be 3D-printed or/and molded.

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Monna Lisa

Mona Lisa by Gianluca Spanu, an Italian painter and sculptor, inspired by the human figure, mostly by faces and expression both from humans or animal. And what is more fascinating than the Mona Lisa with her enigmatic expression? This timeless art piece also known as ”La Gioconda” is a half-length portrait of Lisa Gherardini, oil painting on a poplar wood panel by the Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci. It was painted sometime between 1503 and 1519, when Leonardo was living in Florence, and it now hangs in the Louvre Museum, in Paris. Has been described as “the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world”. (Cit.) That’s why we had to do it, realising this loyal but at the same time original 3D printed version. And as the real Mona Lisa, our 3D printed version is one of the most appreciated art piece in our art exhibitions all around the world.

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Tear gas in Utopia

Utopia represents a place of good social order, happiness, freedom. In one word: paradise, elysium. Political unity, a common currency, border-free travel and lasting peace without conflicting interests and ambitions, the idea of the European Union was to become a kind of ethereal utopia. But utopia can only exist in imagination, and the fragmentation between the state members worsen with every passing year. Europe could end where it began: in Greece, the birthplace of Western culture. There is an error in our society. The European ideas are not functioning. A new approach is necessary. In all of the riots in Greece tear gas was used . Governments and manufacturers justify the use of tear gas and other less lethal weaponry by making claims to their safety. Yet, these ‘chemical agents’ were intentionally designed to cause physical and psychological harm.

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Astro

Astro is an idea by Mike Badger. Mike Badger is an artist and musician from Liverpool who has been creatively active for more than 30 years. His reclaimed sculptures can be loosely classified between the Retro-Futurist and Steam Punk movements: in Badger’s universe the left overs from the human industrial machine are reinterpreted and then reassembled giving new life in the form of Robots, UFO’s and flying ‘space cruiser’ cars. (Inspired by 1950’s B Movies).In 2015 Mike Badger joined the new art revolution by taking part in the “Scan And Make for Art” project, with the production of some original pieces specifically projected for 3D printing and Laser Cutting, like “Astro”.

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Monna Lisa

Mona Lisa by Gianluca Spanu, an Italian painter and sculptor, inspired by the human figure, mostly by faces and expression both from humans or animal. And what is more fascinating than the Mona Lisa with her enigmatic expression? This timeless art piece also known as ”La Gioconda” is a half-length portrait of Lisa Gherardini, oil painting on a poplar wood panel by the Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci. It was painted sometime between 1503 and 1519, when Leonardo was living in Florence, and it now hangs in the Louvre Museum, in Paris. Has been described as “the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world”. (Cit.) That’s why we had to do it, realising this loyal but at the same time original 3D printed version. And as the real Mona Lisa, our 3D printed version is one of the most appreciated art piece in our art exhibitions all around the world.

Read more

Tear gas in Utopia

Utopia represents a place of good social order, happiness, freedom. In one word: paradise, elysium. Political unity, a common currency, border-free travel and lasting peace without conflicting interests and ambitions, the idea of the European Union was to become a kind of ethereal utopia. But utopia can only exist in imagination, and the fragmentation between the state members worsen with every passing year. Europe could end where it began: in Greece, the birthplace of Western culture. There is an error in our society. The European ideas are not functioning. A new approach is necessary. In all of the riots in Greece tear gas was used . Governments and manufacturers justify the use of tear gas and other less lethal weaponry by making claims to their safety. Yet, these ‘chemical agents’ were intentionally designed to cause physical and psychological harm.

Read more

Astro

Astro is an idea by Mike Badger. Mike Badger is an artist and musician from Liverpool who has been creatively active for more than 30 years. His reclaimed sculptures can be loosely classified between the Retro-Futurist and Steam Punk movements: in Badger’s universe the left overs from the human industrial machine are reinterpreted and then reassembled giving new life in the form of Robots, UFO’s and flying ‘space cruiser’ cars. (Inspired by 1950’s B Movies).In 2015 Mike Badger joined the new art revolution by taking part in the “Scan And Make for Art” project, with the production of some original pieces specifically projected for 3D printing and Laser Cutting, like “Astro”.

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