Rough 'n Clean
Rough n’ Clean comprises the results of experimental work through 3D printing with ceramics. The process included the build up of the basic shape on CAD for the 3D printing procedure later on. The mixtures of the ceramics were individually determined and therefore strongly influenced the printed outcomes. Another factor of maniuplation was the control of the canule’s height during the printing process. The larger the distance between the nozzle and the bottom, the more rough is the outter surface of the object. Colour gradients were achieved by the use of various pigments within the printing tube. Differences on the surface were achieved by manipulating the heights of the printer’s bottom panel during the printing process.
State Academy of Fine Arts // Stuttgart Germany
Collaboration with Tilmann Studinsky