We are proud to announce that over the past year, The Fabric Workshop and Museum has been using Budmen Buildini 3D Printers to 3D print a series of sculptural works as part of Jacolby Satterwhite's first solo museum show "Room for Living." This show has been critically acclaimed by The Philadelphia Inquirer, T: The New York Times Style Magazine as well as Hyperallergic, among others.
The Studio Team at The Fabric Workshop and Museum rolled up their sleeves and dove deep into 3D printing. This talented team brought a deep level of craft and creativity to their work with the Buildini. The end result is a truly incredible art exhibition.
“To create many facets of the multimedia installations featured in our current Jacolby Satterwhite exhibition, Room for Living, FWM partnered with Budmen Industries to keep a steady flow of 3D printing rolling in our studios.”
Here at Budmen Industries, we believe anything's possible at the intersection of art + technology. We are thrilled to have partnered with The Fabric Workshop and Museum in exploring these new and incredible creative possibilities.
Jacolby Satterwhite: Room for Living will be on display and open to the public through January, 19 2020.
'Room for Levitating Beds,' 2019. PLA filament, epoxy, epoxy resin, spray mount, aluminized glass beads, HD color video, steel, velour, plywood, vinyl, hot glue, foam tubing, wire, and poly-fil. 48 x 120 x 48 inches. Photo: Carlos Avendaño
The tables and sculptures in the photo above were all 3D printed on Budmen Buildini 3D Printers. To achieve this massive size, they were printed in multiple pieces and assembled to their final forms.
One of Satterwhite's sculptures 3D printed on a Budmen Buildini™. This piece was printed in 3 parts and assembled to its final form.