Slip Rabbit is an experimental, interdisciplinary 3D-printed ceramic research studio run by a professor at the University of Washington, Timea Tihanyi. I have been lucky enough to have an ongoing design relationship with the studio over several years, first creating the Slip Rabbit “S” mark, followed by a summer internship producing some physical pieces in 2018. Most recently, I produced a 150-page publication—Making and Breaking Rules with Algorithmic Forms and Tactile Processes: A Technoceramist’s Adventures with Mathematical Thinking. Part textbook, part manifesto, the book details Timea's experimentations and collaborations between art and math, through code, technology, and porcelain ceramics.
2018 / 20
fig. 1 — Making and Breaking Rules
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fig. 6 — pour test from my 2018 internship with Slip Rabbit