3D printing might be considered boring
for artists engaging with exploring contemporary
conditions for life, society, and
existence. Do digital technologies offer any
possibility to go beyond the accurate, the
predicted and the calculated? How is it possible
to produce a 3D printed artefact of any
consequence to a contemporary discourse
dealing with the big questions?
This article is based on conversations
with Modin during the Nordic project on
3D digital modelling in visual art teacher
education, where a group of art educational
researchers gathered to explore 3D
digital modelling and was inspired by him.
Furthermore, it is based on Modin’s written
material that he generously has shared with
the authors. The following provides an insight
into his exploring of aesthetic qualities
as well as digital and analogue materialities
in 3D digital modelling and print where he
pursues ‘the imperfect’ in various settings.
Titel3D Digital Modelling in Visual Arts Education
RedaktørerMie Buhl, Tarja Haïkïo
Antal sider12
UdgivelsesstedUmeå University
Publikationsdato14 feb. 2024
ISBN (Trykt)978-91-8070-267-6
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-91-8070-267-6
StatusUdgivet - 14 feb. 2024
NavnTILDE - Department of creative studies


  • 3D modelling
  • Visual arts education
  • digtal art
  • visual arts


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  • Tilde (Forlag)

    Mie Buhl (Redaktør) & tarja Haïkö (Redaktør)

    jun. 202214 feb. 2024

    Aktivitet: Redaktionelt arbejde og fagfællebedømmelseRedaktør af uafslutttet antologi/samleværkForskning