interactive ceramics

Emma of emmas designblogg just introduced her readers to the artwork of Scott Rench. This is what he says about the idea of interactive ceramics…
“I started this series of work after thinking about people and the art they live with. I wanted to create something that engaged the viewer in its creation and evolution.”
and a little about his process…
“My ceramic work, consists of computer generated images that are printed with a ceramic glaze onto a large canvas of clay. Creating and collecting images, I scan them into the computer and manipulate them to fit the concept. The new image is output onto transparent film that acts as a stencil for transferring the image to a silk-screen. Glaze is then used (instead of ink) to print the image on to a slab of clay. Once completely dry the slabs are fired in a kiln, producing an image that will stand the test of time indoor or outdoor.”

Scott’s work is part of the Fragiles exhibition in Miami Design 2007. Here is one more favorite “interactive” piece from the show… ( I couldn’t figure out the artist from the website, so if anybody can give them credit, please leave a comment.)

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merrie -November 28, 2007, 11:38AM

I love these!!!

Li -December 5, 2007, 12:11AM

It is by Guillaume Delvigne & Ionna Vautrin I think. This is the website where I found that information:
http://www.luxist.com/2007/10/09/panier-perce-embroider-yourself-a-bowl/

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