Alex Pentek is an Irish artist who has a growing portfolio of national and international work that explores different site specific ideas in a broad range of materials. As well creating large scale site specific work, his gallery based practice explores temporary mediums such as folded paper and sound performance which he has exhibited across Ireland, UK and Australia.Source: Portfolio | Alex Pentek
Jason deCaires Taylor is an internationally acclaimed sculptor who creates underwater living installations, offering viewers mysterious, ephemeral encounters and fleeting glimmers of another world where art develops from the effects of nature on the efforts of man.
Graduate of the Beaux-Arts Academy in Paris, Eva Jospin has been dedicating herself for several years to the question of the landscape and its representation. More recently, the artist, through a unique medium, the cardboard, sculpts large “Forests”.
Getting wet feet for Tuvalu
An artwork that gets your feet wet is about to be unveiled in Venice at the 56th International Biennale. It’s the national pavilion of the tiny Pacific nation of Tuvalu, which will be one of the first places in the world to disappear if sea levels continue to rise.
Head to head: Potter versus 3D printer
Ceramics is an ancient, global art form, whose fundamentals have not changed for centuries. 3D printing on the other hand, has only been around for a couple of decades – but has attracted a wave of artists and craftspeople.
But should we think of 3D printing as a new branch of arts and crafts? Does it have any right to be considered a craft at all?