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Rendering and Meaning

McKay Cluster (detail)

Title: McKay Cluster (detail)

Artist: Malcolm Mobutu Smith

Group 5
Micro Cosm Amphora
Doppod

Gallery Talk: Rendering and Meaning Gallery Talk
Infinite Speed, Zero Errors & Total Memory: Creativity and Desire in the Digital Age
February 27, 2009 (3:00 PM - 12:00 AM)
Location: SoFA Gallery

Reception: Rendering and Meaning Opening Reception
Infinite Speed, Zero Errors & Total Memory: Creativity and Desire in the Digital Age
February 27, 2009 (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM)
Location: SoFA Gallery

Rendering and Meaning, Infinite Speed, Zero Errors & Total Memory: Creativity and Desire in the Digital Age, is an exhibition of artworks exploring the rapid proto-typing digital technology and traditional ceramic art. This is collaborative research by Anton Rejinders of the Netherlands and Malcolm Mobutu Smith of Indiana University. It will present both rapid proto-typed forms and ceramics forms, some as independent works and others as overlapping collaborative pieces.

Anton Rejinders is a ceramicist who lives and works in the Netherlands . Anton regularly leads workshops and involved as visiting artist in the Netherlands and abroad. He was head of the workshop and studio’s at the European Ceramics Workcenter in Hertogenbosch (Nederland) and author of The Ceramic Process. Malcolm Mobutu Smith is an Associate Professor of Ceramic Art at Indiana University. Through Smith and the New Frontiers Visionary Grant Rejinders was able to come to IU as a visiting artist.

Rendering and Meaning was made possible by New Frontiers Visionary Scholar Grant "Infinite Speed, Zero Errors & Total Memory: Creativity and Desire in the Digital Age" through Indiana University Office of Vice Provost for Research(OVPR). A special thank you to Advanced Visualization Lab and UITS for their generous support.