“Out Of Hand" at the Museum of Arts and Design

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Ronald T. Labaco, curator at the Museum of Arts and Design, and artists Richard Dupont and Barry X Ball, discuss the exhibition Out Of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital,” which features interactive installations and digitally fabricated works of art. It’s on view at the Museum of Arts and Design  through June 1.

Photo credit: Richard Dupont/Museum of Arts and Design
Richard Dupont. Untitled (5), 2008. Pigmented cast-polyurethane resin. Courtesy of Cheryl Gold.

Photo credit: Kent Pell, Courtesy of Phillips de Pury and Company/Museum of Arts and Design
Stephen Jones. Bust of Lady Belhaven (after Samuel Joseph), 2011. Epoxy resin, nylon; stereolithography, laser sintering.

Made by .MGX by Materialise. Museum of Arts and Design purchase with funds provided by Alan and Marcia Docter.

Phot credit: Studio Wim Delvoye/Museum of Arts and Design
Wim Delvoye. Twisted Dump Truck (Counterclockwise, Scale model 1:5) (2011). Nickel-plated lasercut steel .

Courtesy of Patricia Low Contemporary, Gstaad/St. Moritz.


Barry X. Ball, Richard Dupont and Ronald Labaco
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