Additive Manufacturing is enabling artists to transform their ideas into tangible works of art. The inherent benefits of 3D Printing is allowing artists to create more complex structures., create multiple iterations to ensure they perfect their art and enabling collaborations across disciplines.
On this Episode of AM Infocast we connect with one such artist, Lakshmi Mohanbabu, who is the first and only Singaporean to be selected by the Moon Gallery, the first extra-terrestrial art gallery which aims to travel to the Moon. Additive Manufacturing played a big part in creating her work of art for this project - the interaction cube, which will become a part of this permanent gallery on the Moon comprising 100 micro, highly concentrated ideas from around the world
Tune in to this conversation where we discuss her work and how the fusion of art and technology is being enabled by Additive Manufacturing.
About Lakshmi Mohanbabu
Lakshmi Mohanbabu is the only Singaporean artist selected to be part of the Moon Gallery, the first extraterrestrial gallery on the Moon comprising 100 artworks from around the world. In February 2022, the gallery will fly to the International Space Station, the final frontier of human habitat in space before its final journey to the Moon by 2025. In the creation of her two artworks for the Moon Gallery, 'the Interaction cube' and 'the Structure and reflectance cube', she worked with Singapore's NAMIC (National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster) and NTU ( Nanyang Technological University).
About AM Infocast
AM Infocast is a dedicated 3D printing podcast hosted by Aditya Chandavarkar, Co-Founder – AM Chronicle and Indian 3D Printing Network. AM Infocast features conversations with the best in the field of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing sharing their insights on latest tech developments, ongoing research and industry developments.