“Journey into the Universe of Digital Art: How Technology Redefines Creation and Perception”- part 8

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Neri Oxman’s Innovations: Design and Architecture Through 3D Printing

Neri Oxman uses art as a means of expression and exploration of the relationship between humans and technology. Her projects are a form of artistic expression that challenges viewers’ perceptions and critical thinking, bringing innovative aesthetic and conceptual aspects to the forefront.

“The Silk Pavilion” and “The Glass Pavilion” are projects created in collaboration with students from the MIT Media Lab.

“The Silk Pavilion” project involves building a structure out of 3D-printed silk fabric. The structure was constructed in a record time of six weeks, from silkworms and was showcased at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2012 and presented in 2013 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

“The Glass Pavilion” involves building a structure out of glass, also printed using 3D technology. The structure was built in a record time of six weeks and was presented at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2014.

Neri Oxman’s projects intersect art, science, design, and engineering, representing an innovative synthesis of these seemingly different fields. She approaches her projects with a holistic vision, integrating essential elements from each field to create works that transcend conventional boundaries. This is how her projects relate to art, science, design, and engineering.

She is an active member of the architecture and design community, known for her innovative and creative approach to designing and constructing spaces and objects, as well as for exploring the possibilities of 3D printing technology in architecture and design. Her work demonstrates an innovative approach to technology and materials, bringing together engineering and art in a harmonious way.

Thus, Neri Oxman’s projects serve as a bridge between art, science, design, and engineering, illustrating how these interconnected fields can collaborate to create innovative and inspirational solutions in architecture and design.

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