We have already had a swing through the many excellent offerings at The V&A for The London Design Festival but one which really stayed with us was Indiustrial Revolution 2.0 the Murray Moss curated 3D printed installations responding and reacting to some of the museum’s existing exhibits. In this video, Murray tells us why he was so honoured to be asked and what he hopes to achieve.
Subtitled How the Material World Will Newly Materialize the series of eight intricate, bold works were made by Belgian company Materialise using a painstakingly precise process. The show has a playful sense of humour and should do much to bring this under-appreciated artform to the attention of the mainstream museum-going public.
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