Thanks to Those Who Attended

A special thank you to those who attended my presentation on 3D Printing opportunities for Bespoke Lighting at Lightfair. I enjoyed delivering the course and the dialog that followed.

I am fully committed to assist anyone who attended, as well as others interested, in building their own strategy and approach for integrating 3D Printing into their design processes. This includes answering any questions, or assisting by sharing information and information sources I’ve accumulated over the years at no cost. As noted in prior posts on this topic, my approach is targeted at practical end uses today, for creating unique low volume items, making study and approval modelas and use of 3D printing for iterative processes in design. My approach includes use of accessible technologies that modest budgets can afford. If this is of interest, contact me through email, and I will get back to you right away.

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2022 – Presentations and Exhibits Confirmed So Far

As of this month, I have been selected by the following venues to present in upcoming events.

The Other Art Fair by SAATCHI ART – April 21-24

This is a fine arts exhibition featuring selected artists from around the world, that is being held in the Fulton Center in Chicago on April 21-24. See The Other Art Fair for more details. I will be exhibiting a range of lighted architectural objects, as well as a few unlighted works being completed specifically for this show.

Lightfair 2022 – Wednesday June 22 – 5:00-6:00PM

I will be presenting Opportunities for Bespoke Lighting Using 3D Print Technology  exploring where and how 3D printing fits into realizing custom and special lighting product needs, and where it is headed with emerging new technologies.

You can review more details on this presentation on the Lightfair Conference information page under the technologies sub heading. Course number L22T14.

I am preparing and collecting physical samples of various production methods and materials to include in the presentation.

More to Come

I am in the process of securing other opportunities to exhibit and present, as well as pulling together a few videos during the year on methods of using new technologies in the design and final production process.

I am hopeful that 2022 will be a break out year from the restrictions and lock downs that have damped efforts to get out and interact with people live.

Hope to see you soon!

Lumenique is on Artisan Daily and Exhibiting at Chicago Artisan Markets

We have been accepted into the Chicago Artisan Market and the associated Artisan Daily web site. This includes all of my lighted art objects being presented – see: Artisan Daily.

Pursuant to this, I will be exhibiting all of my current works, a few not so new, and some fresh experimental works, at the Chicago Artisan Market on the following dates:

October 17 at Fulton Market : Event Link

November 27-28 at Ravenswood : Event Link

December 12 at Fulton Market : Event Link

While I originally planned to exhibit at several Art exhibitions this season, the continuation of COVID concerns and restrictions has created a few schedule postponements, and some hesitancy on the part of show attendees.

“The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men. Gang aft a-gley <trans: goes wrong>.

Robert Burns ‘To a Mouse’

As COVID restrictions ease in the area, I will be exhibiting at a growing number of Art specific Markets, and will announce dates and places as they are confirmed.

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