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Interview: Kev Stenning on Life in 3D

published on 21 October 2020

The artist Kev Stenning talks to Nick Knight about their past collaborations and the evolution of 3D printing and scanning technology, from working on the 3D fashion film Sweet back in 2000 and creating a 26 foot model of Lady Gaga, to their latest project, which involved resurrecting a 2011 scan of Daphne Guinness to be printed as part of a live installation at Harrods.

Stenning explains how 3D scanning and printing technology has changed over the years, covering laser scanning, photogrammetry and white light scanning, whilst also offering his insight into the future of fashion sculpture and 3D printing. He also suggests how 3D printers could become a part of everyday life.

The artist Kev Stenning talks to Nick Knight about their past collaborations and the evolution of 3D printing and scanning technology, from working on the 3D fashion film Sweet back in 2000 and creating a 26 foot model of Lady Gaga, to their latest project, which involved resurrecting a 2011 scan of Daphne Guinness to be printed as part of a live installation at Harrods.

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