Anton Reijnders - New Frontiers Visiting Scholar
A collaborative event with Anton Reijnders, sculptor/scholar, former director of the EKWC and author of The Ceramic Process visiting from the Netherlands.
Please see poster for details panel discussion presented October 11, 2008 3:45pm- 6:00pm
Rendering and Meaning
School of Fine Arts (SoFA) Gallery at Indiana University will present Rendering and Meaning: Infinite Speed, Zero Errors & Total Memory: Creativity and Desire in the Digital Age, which will open February 24 and continue until March 13, 2009. This show represents the combined efforts of Anton Reijnders and myself exploring the creative potentials and intersections for ceramics and rapid prototyping technologies. We will give a Gallery Talk in the SoFA Gallery 3:00 pm, Friday, February 27. An Opening Reception will accompany the exhibit Friday, February 27 from 7:00 - 9:00 pm. All events are free and open to the public.
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.
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.