Værktøj og idé

-Design workshop på FÆNGSLET i Horsens

 

Indhold for Workshop

Workshoppens formål er at illustrere Cerative Commons begrebet. Modsat traditionelt gruppearbejde arbejder eleverne på den samme opgave uafhængigt af hinanden. Workshoppen skal også vise, hvordan værktøj og materiale påvirker idé og udtryk. Hent workshop beskrivelse her

Program

8.45 Vi mødes ved hovedindgangen(Den grønne port)
på FÆNGSLET, Fussingvej 8, 8700 Horsens
– kort intro til dagens program

9.00 Workshop i Insero MediaLab (4. sal).
-Eleverne deles i 2 grupper.

9.45 Pause

10.00 Fælles intro til TinkerCad og lerprint.
-Hvis muligt vil jeg gerne have 2-3 elever til at vise de grundlæggende
værktøjer i TinkerCad

10.45 Afslutning og udgang gennem Lorentzens tunnel.
-Jeg fortæller kort om Lorentzen flugt og forbinder det til temaet
”Værktøj og ide”

11.00 Farvel. Vi ses d. 23 januar til printdag på Vejle Kunstmuseum

     

 

Mini workshop med 3D lerprinter

Invitation til workshop på FÆNGSLET
Tak til Insero Horsens for støtte til udstillingen i KUBEN og workshoppen d.24 nov.
Programmet for workshoppen 
10.00 – mødested: Receptionen på FÆNGSLET (v. hovedindgangen)
10.05 – intro på værkstedet i Husflid 2. sal
10.15 – tegning med TinkerCad,  Insero mediaLab på 4. sal
11.00 – pause
11.10 – tegning fortsat med TinkerCad
12.00 – pause (mulighed for at spise madpakker i køkkenet på 2. sal)
12.15 – print med ler i værkstedet på 2 sal.
13.45 – afslutning
Deltagerne kan hente deres brændte arbejder fredag d. 7. dec. mellem 12.00 og 15.30
Undervisning i TinkerCad, Insero mediaLab FÆNGSLET
Friske lerprints, designet af deltagerne på workshoppen.
Klar til  afhentning  fredag d. 7. dec.

Ceramic Commons Show in Horsens

Ceramic Commons’ first exhibition in Horsens, Denmark. Thank you to all the artists who agreed to participate in this experimental project.

Jug by Anna Andersen. Glazing by Kasper Würtz. Photo by Jacob Almtoft

See all the Photos by Jacob Almtoft on Ceramic Commons.com/gallery/

Work by Emre Can on display at. KUBEN in Horsens. Photo: Gunnar Madsen
Photo: Gunnar Madsen
Photo: Gunnar Madsen
Photo: Gunnar Madsen
Photo: Gunnar Madsen
Photo: Gunnar Madsen

 

– en international digital overført keramikudstilling i Horsens

 

KUBEN, Søndergade, 8700 Horsens.
Åben kl.14-16 fra 5. til 10. november.
Fernisering: Tirsdag d. 6 november
kl 15.30. Alle er velkomne.

Værkerne er skabt af kunstnere og designere fra forskellige dele af verden og sendt på mail, som en vedhæftet fil.
Alle værker er printet og færdiggjort på K.H Würtz værksted i Hatting.
Hvad sker der med et håndværk, når det kan deles digitalt? Og hvad sker der med digitale kopier, når de bliver printet i ler og af kyndige hænder omsat til et nyt keramisk udtryk? Er det blevet til en ny original? Eller er det stadig en kopi?

De to initiativtagere til projektet, Anna Andersen (Horsens) og Megumi Naitoh (Boston), har taget afsæt i en diskussion om håndværk og digital deling i vor tid. Det har skabt en udstilling, der kan
flyttes rundt i verden ved et enkelt tryk på en museknap, og samtidig er et lokalt fysisk udtryk for en kunsthåndværkers formsprog.

In English: Ceramic commons
– 3D-printed ceramics
Open: From 5th to 10th of November
from 2 pm.- 4 pm.
Place: KUBEN Søndergade 8700 Horsens.
For info in English check:
www.ceramiccommons.com

 

Ceramic Commons

This week i have started printing work for the Ceramic Commons Exhibition in Horsens.  Read more about the Ceramic Commons project here

3D printed objects from Buenos Aires, Boston and Melbourne
Works from Buenos Aires, Boston and Melbourne

 

3D printing in progress, printing with clay
Testing file from Turkey

All the finished works can bee seen in Horsens and online on ceramiccommons.com from 5th of Novembre 2018

Rabbit killed by 3D printer

This demo print went wrong! I was showing a colleague how the printer works. She was thinking about getting a printer. I hope she was not discouraged by this demo.

Video by: Mariko Wada

The finished piece could have become a beautiful trophy…but broke before it reached the bisque firring.

Photo : Mariko Wada

Another print was attached by air baubles from the extruder. It was like tiny air baubles that kept shooting for several rounds. Then stopped and finished the print. The clay had been stored for a week in the tube, but i never had this happening before.

Print surviving an air bauble attack

 

 

The Cactus Garden

Part of “The Shoe Box Show” at Guldagergaard, Skælskør.

The drawings are an instruction on how to set up the Catus garden.

The volume of the garden is constraint to fit into a shoe box

All files for the cactus prints are available as .stl files on my Thingiverse page. It would be great to see other gardens appearing so please go ahead and print your own garden.

Small 3D printed vase

This set of vases are designed for early spring flowers. The idea was to make a simple geometric shape that could be scaled down to fit just one small flower.

Snowdrop in mini 3D printed vase
White stoneware glaze fired to 1250, my favourite glaze recipe from Austria 

Compared to slip casting i find that 3D printing has a more vibrant surface that gives it a character that can also be found in  hand thrown ceramics.

I want the glaze to partly cover the grooves from the printing.

Easy to print in clay

Stoneware fired to 1250 C

These cactus shaped prints are easy to print in clay.  The zigzag shape makes the soft clay wall very stable when printing. The pot and the cactus part are printed separately.
The base part is made as a solid print and  the top as a hollow.

You can find the .stl files on Thingiverse and mix and match the cactus and pots.

 

Ceramic and 3D print

My aim is to make ceramic using a 3D printer. It is not the complexity of the prints that interests me, but rather the ceramics as a finished object. Is it beautifully? Is it functional?
I have been working on this Jug shape for some time trying to get proportions and structure right. Still some work to be done, but so far i am happy with the result. Thanks to K.H. Würtz for the glazing.

3D printing is a great tool to for making ceramic. More printing is coming…