Over the past few months, we’ve have added a number of new pieces to our collections. We’ve purchased books that focus on paper engineering to add to our Artists’ Books Collection and we’ve acquired new works for our unique Process and Material Innovation Collection. Here’s a selection…
One of the latest additions to our growing Process and Material Innovation Collection is the ‘GSOH Vessel’ by Michael Eden. Made in 2014, it is an outstanding example of what 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, can achieve. Continue reading
Mycelium Bowl #2 – Oyster (The Growing Lab) by Officina Corpuscoli, 2015. Photograph © Officina Corpuscoli
We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be participating in this year’s MAKE:SHIFT conference at the Museum of Science and Industry in November. The conference is organised by the Crafts Council and explores the importance of craft and innovation to the future of making. This year’s themes are: social innovation, sustainability and healthcare and well-being. The practices presented will include robotics, smart materials, bio design, and connected wearables alongside more traditional craft disciplines.
We will be running handling sessions on Thursday 10 November with objects selected from our Design and Process Innovation collection, including a mycellium bowl designed by Maurizio Montalti who will be speaking at the conference.
For more information visit MAKE:SHIFT