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    Center for Lost Arts

    This summer I spent two weeks happily ensconced at the Center for Lost Arts, a popup workshop in the West Loop of Chicago spearheaded by design researcher Charles…

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    Plastic Fantastic: SF Weekly

    Jeffrey Edalatpour reviewed Superstrata at the Compound Gallery in Oakland for SF Weekly and mentioned my installation in his piece. Check it out here: http://www.sfweekly.com/exhibitionist/2015/07/21/plastic-fantastic-amazing-3-d-printed-art-at-compound-gallery

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    Knotty Objects at MIT Media Lab

    I just spent a rapid 36 hours in Boston at Knotty Objects the inaugural MIT Media Lab Design Summit. The event opened at the Institute of Contemporary Art in…

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    My first week at Maker Media Lab

    My post on Make’s site about the first week of the residency just went live. Check it out here: http://makezine.com/2015/07/13/first-week-artist-in-residence-maker-media-lab/

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  • Weft / Warp prototype no. 1

    One of the projects I was looking to make some head way on during my artist in residency at Maker Media Labs is/was “Weft / Warp.” Last summer…

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    Future Biometrics

    Future Biometrics is a poem by Jillian Weise first published in the March 2015 issue of Poetry (http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poem/250084 ) and presented here as a 3D printed broadside. It…

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    The Art of 3D Printing

    The open sourcing of production reminds me of Cory Arcangel’s “Super Mario Clouds” (2002). “Between his work and your referencing of Duchamp, I’m thinking about your practice as one of conceptual-artist-as-hacker-as-maker, which feels very 21st-century appropriation artist, plus internet artist, plus sci-fi overload!” – Alicia Eler

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  • Orihon (3D printed book)

    Orihon 3D Printed Book

    “Perhaps no other book in this exhibition suggests the vastness of the photobook’s future so much as Tom Burtonwood’s Orihon, a 3D-printed accordion-fold volume containing scans of ancient sculptural objects. Orihon announces its tactility and embraces both history and prospect, infusing the book with true DIY ingenuity.”

    — Gregory Harris, Assistant Curator, DePaul Art Museum & Juror for DIY (Visits Chicago): Photographers and Books

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