Featuring award-winning ceramic artist and maker, Michael Eden.
Join the team from Simply Rhino live and online for our next Rhino 3D UK User group meeting on Wednesday 6th of October 2021.
- Wednesday 6th October 2021
- Time: 18:30 – 19:30 (UK Time)
- Sign-up for your free place at the Rhino UK UGM
Presenters & Presentation Details:
Michael Eden – Form and Transform
Michael Eden is an award-winning ceramic artist and maker, internationally recognised as one of the first makers to engage with and realise the creative potential of new technology including 3D printing and scanning. His work sits at the intersection of craft, design, art and technology, exploring contemporary themes through historical, culturally familiar objects.
We are delighted to welcome ceramic artist and maker, Michael Eden, to our next Rhino UK User Group Meeting.
Michael’s work sits at the intersection of craft, design, art and technology with Michael incorporating the use of Rhino in his work since his time as a student at the Royal College of Art in 2006.
For his 2018 major solo exhibition at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, Michael Eden was able to scan a number of rare 18th century French porcelain vases and use them as the basis for re-interpretations. When they were made, the finely crafted and highly decorated ceramics were technically highly advanced and Michael’s aim was to bring their story into the 21st century through the use of the technology that is available to artists, makers and designers.
Though Michael has employed Rhino 3D software since he was a Royal College of Art student between 2006 and 2008, he still approaches his work as an artist and craftsman, having previously spent over 20 years as a potter.
Following Michael’s presentation we’ll have the opportunity for a live Q&A session with Michael. We hope you can join us and we look forward to seeing you on the 6th October.
Images: Courtesy of Adrian Sassoon, London. Photography by Sylvain Deleu
Organised by Simply Rhino
Read about our last meeting and watch the video recording of May’s Rhino UK User Group Meeting.