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Tango of the Minimal Surface

10 - 10 May
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, repeating until 20 May, 2016

An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Saturday, repeating until 21 May, 2016

Convolo Design, Hull Bangle, 2016, 110mmx35mm, frosted resin

Sarah Ceravolo

10-21 May 2016

hours:
Tuesday – Friday 11am to 5pm,
Saturday 12pm to 4pm
admission: Free

…explores the complexity of form and its realisation via the latest technology.

Sarah Ceravolo, Banga-Bang-Bangle, 2016
Sarah Ceravolo, Banga-Bang-Bangle, 2016

Sarah Ceravolo, Banga-Bang-Bangle, 2016

Convolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mm X 119mm Black Nylon

Convolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mm x 119mm black nylon

Convolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mm X 119mm Black Nylon

Convolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mm x 119mm black nylon

Convolo Design, Hull Bangle, 2016, 110mmx35mm, Frosted Resin

Convolo Design, Hull Bangle, 2016, 110mmx35mm, frosted resin

Convolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mmx119mm, Black Nylon

Convolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mmx119mm, black nylon

Sarah Ceravolo, Banga-Bang-Bangle, 2016Convolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mm X 119mm Black NylonConvolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mm X 119mm Black NylonConvolo Design, Hull Bangle, 2016, 110mmx35mm, Frosted ResinConvolo Design, Geolace Bangle, 2016, 36mmx119mm, Black Nylon

Tango of the Minimal Surface explores the complexity of form and its realisation via the latest technology.

This exhibition opens a new chapter in the realisation of the design of unique and functional objects: 3D printing, bringing liberation from traditional production methods, showcases possibilities and scope. Even the most rigid of materials, including steel and ceramics, reveal almost infinite flexibility of design.

Each object features intricate geometric patterns or sinuous curves; each has its own seemingly dynamic nature.

Known for her future forward approach to design, Sarah Ceravolo has embraced computational design processes and fabrication methods in order to produce optimal and dynamic functional form. Sarah is currently based in Melbourne where she founded Ceravolo Design Pty Ltd after completing her masters of Architecture at RMIT University in Melbourne.

Over the past years Sarah’s work has been exhibited in many spaces, amongst those are; The Venice and Beijing Biennale, she presented her space research project to members of NASA and other organisations at the 2012 Venice Biennale space symposium. More of Sarah’s work is soon to be exhibited in NYC at the Wanted Design Exhibition in New York in May 2016.

Sarah Ceravolo will be speaking about her practice and her exhibition Tango of the minimal surface in the gallery.

Date: Saturday 21 May
Time: 2pm
Admission: Free

Details

Date:
10 May, 2016
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Venue

fortyfivedownstairs gallery
45 Flinders Lane
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
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03 9662 9966
Website:
http://www.fortyfivedownstairs.com/
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