Superficiel Measures

White Square Of

May 22nd, 2013  |  Published in Art, Featured

White Square Of

“White Square Of”is a pop-up exhibition of 50 objects, printed with a MakerBot over a week.

The objects were all selected based on specific criteria:
– availability on
– familiarity with our daily life
– usefulness

Some examples include a funnel, a clothes clip, a camera lens cap, a phone case, a curtain hook, etc..

Visitors of the exhibition are allowed to keep one of the objects and in exchange write up a title and a description on paper, as well as indicating a new object to be printed off in replacement.

As more and more discourses on 3D printing announce a new industrial revolution to come but that is still awaited for, we curated this exhibition as a tangible and renewable artwork to engage the general public directly with the objects, as an echo of their possible future lives.

Credits & Infos
Artists: Joëlle Bitton, in collaboration with George Edwards
Support: SiDE, Culture Lab, Newcastle University
Exhibition space: B&D Studios, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Year: 2012

Film of the exhibition directed by David Green (1mn51s)


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Superficiel Measures by Joëlle Bitton, a look at art, design & technology