Ceramic Commons’ third Exhibition was held at Gallery 5 at Emmanuel College in Boston from March 11th, 2019 to April 22nd, 2019. All the work was produced on campus by Megumi Naitoh, Professor of Art and her research assistants, Taylor Graboski (class of 2019, Graphic Design major + Ceramics minor), and Haley Kroll (class of 2020, Art Therapy major, Ceramics minor) both proficient in operating Delta 3D printer. This printer was built by Megumi using the plans and instructions of Jonathan Keep’s Make Your Own 3D Delta Printer for Ceramics in 2014.
Anna Andersen, DK joined the opening of this exhibition via Skype on March 13th at the Gallery 5.
Ceramic Commons is a series of non-profit simultaneous collaborative exhibitions of 3D printed ceramics in venues around the world. The exhibition will promote and celebrate thediversityofpractice withinceramic3Dprinting, as well as the idea of “commons”. Wewouldliketohighlightoneofthe exciting aspectsofworkingwith digital ceramics –sendingceramicworkbye-mail. The files will be shared with exhibition collaborators.Thesharing ofideasandknowledgethroughthismethodologywillgenerate dialogueon new ways ofworkingwithclay.
Theexhibitionwillcontainworkfromartistsworkingwith a ceramic extrusionprinter and the expected size for the exhibition will be around 10 pieces.
Ceramic Commons will maintain online presence documenting the 3D printed iterations of the work in the various venues.