Tuesday, July 03, 2007


Ground-breaking artist, designer and technologist Joshua Davis teams up with product architecture pioneers Commonwealth, in a digital-analog debate pitting traditional artistry against the latest in state-of-the-art design technology.

As part of the current push towards a loosening dichotomy between art and design, Tropism presents spectacular renditions of unique graphic-meets-product. Colors and shapes ripped from nature and translated into controlled digital media have been used to generate unique prints and objects reflecting the endless mutation of plant species in the natural world. A series of seven Commonwealth porcelain vases cast from SLA rapid-prototype originals absorb the graphic paint compositions generated by Joshua Davis. In addition to the vase series, Tropism will launch a new set of Joshua Davis, Dynamic Abstraction prints forming a botanical backdrop to the porcelain vase installation. Curated by pioneers of contemporary graphic exhibitions: Max and Lotje of Maxalot. Exhibition open until July 22nd, 2007.

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