Ctrl-Z: 3D printing in fine arts

Last week I attended the official opening of Ctrl-Z. On a PC, Ctrl-Z is the shortcut for ”undo”. It is also the title of the first large exhibition – curated by Eric van Straaten – in The Netherlands of sculptures by artists using 3D printing.

Ctrl-Z features sculptures by Hans van Bentem, Antoinette Briët, Jennifer Hoes, Thomas Huyghe (Belgium), Thomas Laureyssens (Belgium), Stijn van der Linden, Mike Pelletier (Canada), Rinus Roelofs, Theo Schepens, Marc Sokpolie, Eric van Straaten, José van Tubergen, David van der Veldt, Ilse Vermeulen, Hugo Vrijdag, André van de Wijdeven and Rem van der Zee.

Here’s a short impression below, and more images can be found on Flickr.

Ctrl-Z @ De Vishal, Haarlem

Ctrl-Z

Made by Eric van Straaten

Made by Rinus Roelofs

Made by Ilse Vermeulen

Made by André van de Wijdeven

Ctrl-Z
from 2 July – 7 August 2011
Grote Markt 20
2011 RD Haarlem
the Netherlands