3D printing in Color in paper? Author Bridgette Mongeon and Connor Moore from DGS 3D talk about the ins and outs of 3D Printing with Mcor Technology and full color printing in paper. 

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Sculptor/author Bridgette Mongeon talks about maker spaces with Roland Kurnatowski from TXRX

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Andrew Kudless  is featured in the book "3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft: Exploring 3D Printing, Scanning, Sculpting and Milling" . Bridgette Mongeon talks with him about his process of creating using both traditional and digital processes in his Matsys design studio. 

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Jon Isherwood, president of the Digital Stone Project talks about sculpting and his own journey of discovering sculpture and 3D Technology. Topics: Digital Stone Project, CNC milling, and fine art and 3D. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:09pm CDT

Sculptor Bridgette Mongeon speaks with 3D pioneer Bathsheba Grossman about 3D printing in metal, software, women in 3D technology and math an art.  Bathsheba is a featured artist in Bridgette Mongeon's book "3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft."

Bathsheba Grossman's Shapeways site. 

Bathsheba Grossman on .mgx

Bathsheba Grossman on imaterialize

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Eric Van Straaten has been printing his fine art pieces in color for a few years now.  Pushing the limitations of the medium Eric shares some tips and tricks of 3D printing in color. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00pm CDT

Art and Tech_002 Joshua Harker

Artist Joshua Harker and sculptor/author Bridgette Mongeon talk about the changes in technology and how it relates to fine art. Joshua shares his process, vendors and software, as well as his story about using Kickstarter. 

Joshua is a featured artist in Bridgette Mongeon's book 3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft: Exploration of 3D Printing, Sculpting, Scanning and Milling

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:07pm CDT

Art_Technology_007_Interview_with_Oron_Catts_a_Discussion_About_Living_Art..mp3
Oron Catts is the director of SymbioticA at the University of Western Australia. SymbtioticA is laboratory that is “dedicated to the research, learning, critique and hands on engagement with the life sciences.” Catts is also co founder of The Tissue Culture & Arts Project (TC&A).

In this podcast the interviewer Bridgette Mongeon and Oron Catts discuss the artwork Victimless Leather, Living tissue that is grown in a laboratory that resembles skin.

This is a very charged topic. Introduction to the art and SymbioticA may cause some to gasp. Some of the interviewers questions were first raised in the article Frankensteinian Art?

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Art and Technology 006- Digital Scanning and Milling

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An Interview with Dan Gustafson Next Engine Scanner and Traditional Sculptor Mark Byrd

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Using digital technology such as scanning and milling in the traditional art studio is what I refer to as Tra-digi art. Dan Gustafson of the NextEngine Scanner and Traditional Sculptor Mark Byrd spend time with me talking about using the NextEngine scanner in the creating of life size traditional bronze sculptures. What are the advantages of using the scanner? What are the pitfalls to watch out for when incorporating this technology in your own studio?
Some of these concepts of digital scanning and printing were featured in chapter 7 of the Mudbox book.

 

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 The processes and pof 3d scanning are featured in chapter 7 of the Mudbox book.

 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:40am CDT

Art and Technology -An interview with Paul Effinger- Foundry of the Future

Paul Effinger is a digital sculptor who is exploring different methods of bronze casting other than the lost wax method of bronze casting.  He is exploring z corp printing in a cellulose powder, infiltrates and others.

Effinger worked 13 years in the gaming industry creating for published titles as lead Character Artists and Animator and contributed to many others as an independent contractor. He strives to see some of his creations into physical forms and loves the feel of bronze. This has caused him to explore in different areas of 3d printing and investment casting.  The processes and pitfalls of 3d printing are featured in chapter 7 of the Mudbox book.

 

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Art and Technology Podcast

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