For many of the works featured in Vessels of Communication, artist Albert Pfarr uses a porcelain material to create artwork using 3D printed molds. This first series in this new direction he has explored is a collection of ceramic book forms.
The books are inspired by the idea that cuneiform tablets were some of the first clay objects intended to pass along information. Humankind's ability to move large amounts of information has now led to the ability to 3D print. These books are an expression of how much information we can now transfer through various mediums. While the processes are always changing, humankind continues to develop ways to pass information through time.
This exhibit runs Oct. 1-30. Gallery hours 12-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and noon-3 p.m. Saturday.
Clay Studio of Missoula
1106 Hawthorne Unit AMissoula, MT
- Oct. 1-30