Below some impressions from the exhibition dedicated to Consuelo Keller aka [ digimorphé ] at the gallery OHMYBLUE in Venice.
The location was a very beautiful gallery designed by Studio Tencalla and located in Campo San Tomà in the heart of Venice. The founder Elena Rizzi managed to create a very special store with a fine selection of unique pieces of contemporary jewelry and selected accessories that has become a destination for lovers of good design.
Thank to the support of SUPSI University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, I had an Ultimaker 3D printer to show part of the design process. I also 3D printed live brooches that illustrated the concept of “machine-made uniqueness”: each piece originated from the same digital file, but because of the small “errors” created by the machine producing them, each one was different from the other and therefore an individual piece.
The warm hospitality of Elena and her family, the great aperitivo for the opening and the discussions with many interesting and interested people made my stay in Venice one to remember.
If you are in Venice be sure to pay a visit to OHMYBLUE!