'Evidently there is something wrong with you', she said.
Let yourself be surprised and inspired by 3D designers at the exhibition ‘Another Dimension’. Guest curator Zelda Beauchampet selected remarkable projects from national and international designers who use 3D printing to give design a new impulse.
I particpated in the 3D workshop and created my first 3D glasses! Go check them out and if you like them, they will print them at the 'Futureshop' for an euro per minute.
Atelier Ted Noten | Haunted by 36 Women
Freedom of Creation | 3D Typeface
Bertjan Pot | Nylon Garland
Dirk Vander Kooij | Endless
Markus Kayser | Solar Sinter
Alissia Melka-Teichroew | Jointed Jewels 2010
Studio Wieki Somers | Consume or Conserve
Unfold in cooperation with Tim Knapen | L’Artisan Electronique
Look around in the ‘shop of the future’ where the 3D printer takes a central place. Designers Baschz, Daisy Kroon, Onno Poiesz, Studio Spass and Martine Viergever – all living and working in Rotterdam – have been working in Protospace, an extraordinary laboratory in Utrecht. Their designs have been made exclusively for ‘Another Dimension’ and can be seen and bought at the exhibition.
´Another Dimension´ opened on Friday September 2 and will be exhibited untill the 2nd of October.
Centre for the Visual Arts (CBK)
Nieuwe Binnenweg 75
3014 GE Rotterdam