The works shown in the exhibition are ceramic objects printed by a three-dimensional printer developed by Gal-Or as the final project of his Design studies. The materials which are used for printing range from simple clay, local clay, Chinese porcelain, ceramic materials with advanced properties, and a mixture that includes organic and biodegradable materials. The objects exhibited reflect upon the evolving tension between the traditional world of pottery-making and modern technological innovation, where new sophisticated methods of manufacturing offer renewed unique and original interpretations.
ERAN GAL-OR (B. 1982) holds a B.Des in Industrial Design from the Holon Institute of Technology, where he built his first ceramic 3D printer as his graduation project. He proceeded to found the ‘Studio Under’ (3d ceramic lab) with his partners, where together they create their own working tools. While intern at the Interaction Lab he collaborated to the ‘cubes’ project.
OMER MERZEL (B. 1985) holds a B.Des in Industrial Design from Holon Institute of Technology, and is a founder of ‘Studio Under’ (3d ceramic lab). She developed a special technique to produce flexible wood veneer and her passion is still studying and working with innovative materials.
LIAT AKERMAN (B. 1984) holds a B.Des in Industrial Design from Holon Institute of Technology, and is a founder of ‘Studio Under’ (3d ceramic lab). She collaborated to Interaction Lab Cubes project.