The Creators Project: Test Patterns

Anya Tchoupakov wrote up a short review of Test Patterns which just opened at Flux Factory for The Creators Project – read it in full here: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/test-patterns-exhibition

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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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Warp/Weft on 3DPrint.com

Nice write up of my “Warp/Weft” project originally featured on Make. http://3dprint.com/82218/sharpies-warpweft-prototype/

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Art in all Dimensions, Southside Weekly

…despite his obvious expertise with a technology still at its coming-of-age, Burtonwood was plagued by the mundane difficulties presented by his Mac computer. Sammie Spector writes in the…

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Make: Volume 42 – the Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing 2015

Make: Volume 42 – the Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing 2015 is out now! I contributed reviews of the Dremel Idea Builder and the Bukobot 2.0 – buy…

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Copy Shop reviewed in the State Journal Register

Tamara Browning wrote a nice review of our exhibition at The University of Illinois Springfield Visual Arts Gallery published in the State Journal Register on Thursday November 6th….

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Chicago Magazine: Three Awesome, Incredibly Odd Art Projects in Chicago

Thank you to Jason Foumberg for writing about my work in Chicago Magazine – check out the article here – http://www.chicagomag.com/arts-culture/October-2014/Three-odd-awesome-art-objects-to-see/

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Folium featured on Boing Boing

Folium is featured on Boing Boing – thanks Cory! http://boingboing.net/2014/09/15/3d-printed-book-of-bas-relief.html UPDATE 09/23/14 also featured on Gizmodo with a quote of the day “Grubby Meathooks” http://gizmodo.com/a-3d-printed-book-lets-you-touch-precious-art-with-your-1635766392 plus 3Ders.org http://www.3ders.org/articles/20140916-3d-printed-book-folium-2000-years-of-history-printed-in-plastic.html…

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New Media Caucus CAA Edition

Earlier in the year Rachel Clarke and I co-chaired “A 3D Printing Panel and Roundtable Discussion,” for the New Media Caucus at the College Art Association conference in…

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Chicago Gallery News

Earlier in the summer i spoke to Erin Benator from the Chicago Gallery News for a piece she was writing on 3D Printing and Art. I talked a…

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Museopunks Podcast

Museopunks #17 is out with interviews with Liz Neely and myself about 3D printing, digital fabrication and how all this technology effects museums and the possibilities for engagement,…

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One for the Books: The UCSB Current

“A book, to me, is something which is shared, lent, borrowed — and the most obvious way to do that seemed to be to put the files online,”…

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Featured in the Chicago Tribune

Big thank you to the Tribune’s John Carpenter who interviewed me for this piece in today’s business section of the Chicago Tribune.  

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Blue Sky Innovation, Chicago: City of Makers

Last week I sat down with John Carpenter from the Chicago Tribune in my studio at The Art Institute of Chicago. We had a great conversation and he…

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Making Way for Maker Culture

My teaching activity at SAIC in 3D Printing and my residency at AIC are both highlighted in this article published today on Educause jointly by Alan Labb, and…

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Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago

Last year I 3D Printed a John Fluevog “glass slipper” for Newcity’s “Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago” issue. This year i’m in it – #38 on the list!…

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The Art of 3D Printing

Alicia Eler interviews me about my work for Hyperallergic ( http://hyperallergic.com/102576/the-art-of-3d-printing/ ) The open sourcing of production reminds me of Cory Arcangel’s “Super Mario Clouds” (2002). Between his work and…

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Makerbot Explorers Podcast 001

In this episode of Makerbot Explorers I talk with Makerbot CEO Bre Pettis about my 3D printed art works and upcoming projects. The conversation also includes Corey Renner from Local…

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3D Printed Book featured on Boing Boing

My recent project “Orihon (Accordion Book)” was featured on Boing Boing. w00t! *^_^* http://boingboing.net/2013/07/11/3d-printed-book-of-textures-an.html UPDATE: also featured on Huffington Post Books, Tech Crunch, 3Ders.org and PSFK http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/12/3d-printer-book_n_3588554.html?utm_hp_ref=books http://techcrunch.com/2013/07/12/celebrate-the-death-of-print-with-this-3d-printed-texture-book/…

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Get Ready for the Flood of 3d Printed Objects

My piece “Rmutt Candy Dispenser” was mentioned on Hyperallergic earlier this week. Author Hrag Vartanian speculated that 3d printed works will begin to flood the art world using…

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