Digital Shape of Ceramics — Exhibition at The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School

Exhibition Statement
The exhibition “Digital Shape of Ceramics” features works from sixteen alumni and teaching staff of Hong Kong Art School, including five ceramicists and eleven students, who recently participated in the short course “Experimental 3D Clay Printing”. The main objective is to explore the possibilities of clay 3D printing, as a stand-alone method of making, or to act as an enhancement to other traditional ways of making. Creations include scanning real-life objects and constructing 3D models using AI technology. By utilizing 3D printing, ceramicists can create intricate designs with greater ease and precision, resulting in more complex meshes and curves that are otherwise challenging to replicate through alternative methods. “In time 3D printing will just become considered part of the ceramic tradition.” — Jonathan Keep. 3D printing technology has opened up new ways of making, allowing artists to bring complicated ideas to life.

Digital Shape of Ceramics — Exhibition at The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School
Exhibition Period: 6 Feb -28 Mar 2024
Time: 11am – 8pm (Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays)

Special Opening hours: 30 Mar 2024 (SAT) (Hong Kong Arts Centre Open House 2024)

Venue: The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School (10/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong)
Artists: Mok Hoi Ching Silvester | Wong Lai Ching Fiona | Yung Chun Kit | Cheung Wai Sze Rachel | Yiu Chun Wa

Lui Jade | Wong Sin Ping | Wong Ying | Chan Yin Chi |Wong Hing Wai | Chee Choi Yee | Danuta Celina Rzewuska| Jesse Wei Yee Tsang | Ng Wing Haw | Yung Ching Pok | Cheung Wing Jing

Opening: 16 Feb 2024 | 6:30pm