How to make #05 : aplikazioak eta ikerketa ildoak artean eta diseinuan = How to make #05 : aplicaciones y líneas de investigación en arte y diseño = How to make #05 : applications and lines of research in art and design
New technological processes for creating objects represent one of the most important trends in the current scenario of innovation in art and design. The combination between traditional techniques and the emerging open technologies offers many research opportunities. Linked to digital culture and open source craftsman's "making", we find creative uses of emerging technology. Thus, we will see examples for the use of new 3D printing systems and computer aided cutting, or CNC, applied to jewelry design or architecture.
Continuing with our goal of creating an active community of new artisans linked to Hirikilabs, we call this meeting to show and share some of these trends. Our guests, this time, will be Jon Juarez, the creator of climbing-wall Orekan and the designer Marta Fernandez who will show and talk about his collection of 3D printed jewelry. How To Make is a monthly meeting of creatives, architects, engineers, scientists and the general public interested in knowing the maker culture, learning and sharing.
Jon Juarez presents the design and construction process of Orekan Wooden climbing wall, inspired in parametric design. Due to its dimension, this process has been carried out with the help of some friends. The motivation to make this formal proposal is to make "usable" art in everyday contexts, maybe atypical ones. As a maker he dares to link the functional and the aesthetic sides of those walls, from a D.I.W.O perspective.
Marta Fernández will present a small collection of jewelry and accessories which design, modeling and manufacturing processes are based on digital modeling software and various techniques of 3D printing.
How to make is a fotmat conceptualized and coordinated by Paola Guimerans, licenced attribution-noncommercial-share alike 3.0.
Organizer : CICC - Tabakalera
Protagonists : Marta Fernández Caballero, Jon Juarez
Tags : Impression 3D, CNC, Architecture, Presentation, Working group, Marta Fernández Caballero, Jon Juarez, Wood, Manufacturing jewel