Sculptor Andrew Werby has been in on the merging of art and technology from the beginning. In the late '70s and early '80s, he and several like-minded artists began the Juxtamorphic art movement, using moulds to capture natural forms and manipulating them by cutting wax castings apart, then welding them together in new configurations. In the 90s, Werby went digital, using early versions of Photoshop® and, later, Rhinoceros®, to combine objects in 2D and 3D in a variety of styles and media, creating synthesised works of art.

WATERFALL: Designed by Eyal Gever and produced on the Objet1000 Multi-material 3D Production

Eyal Gever produces 'Sublime Moments' compilation to translate live experiences into pieces of art using the world's largest multi-material 3D production system, Stratasys' Objet1000

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