An introduction to current technology and processes behind 3D printing, and an exploration into its impact on society, is the basis of this exhibition which features a selection of printed objects, including replacement body organs, a music box and aeroplane parts, as well as Tobias Klein's sculptural artwork, Inversive Embodyment, printed in nylon using data from MRI scans from the artist's own body and the structure of St Paul's Cathedral.
|Adult Ticket:||Free (USD0.00)|
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