Saturday, June 11, 2016

IMPRIMIDA - Barcelona Advanced Manufacturing Camp for Arts and Design

June 14-18 / 21-23, 2016
IN(3D)USTRY From Needs to Solutions

IN(3D)USTRY From Needs to Solutions, Sonar+D and IAAC are launching an open call for artists, makers, and designers to take part in an 8-day workshop and exhibition in Barcelona. Join experts from the field of digital fabrication and computational design to explore the limits of art production in our times.

The workshop will be held during Sonar+D, June 16 to June 18, and during the IN(3D)USTRY Maker Pro exhibition, June 21 to June 23. All participants will have access to one Sonar Full Delegate pass and Full Delegate Pass for IN(3D)USTRY From Needs to Solutions event, plus all the production means to make their work real.

During the course, participants will explore generative design techniques associated with agent behaviors and iterative strategies. The outputs of the explorations will be translated into an open process of fabrication mainly related to 3D printing and additive manufacturing. The final results will be exhibited in IN(3D)USTRY From Needs to Solutions inside the Maker Pro area.

For 3D printing, participants will use a FELIX Pro 1 3D printer and a Roland 3D monoFab ARM-10, courtesy of icreatia.

The workshop will take place in three different places:

June 14-15 | Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC), Carrer de Pujades, 102, 08005
June 16-18 | Sonar +D, Advanced Music S.L. Apartado de Correos 64.004, 08080
June 21-23 | Fira Barcelona

The workshop is open to all participants. No previous knowledge of Rhinoceros and Grasshopper is required (although an introductory knowledge is welcome).

Bring your laptop with Rhino and Grasshopper installed. (A download link to the version used in the workshop will be sent to the participants a few days before the workshop.)

Aldo Sollazzo
Stuart Maggs
Pietro Leoni


Areti Markopoulou
Anastasia Pistofidou
Ece Tankal

*The premium ticket includes the workshop fee as well as access to SONAR+D and IN3DUSTRY

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