Now that we can print (almost) anything, should we?
A [CTRL] [P] Debate
Entry Cost: $10 (incl. drink)
Everyone is talking about 3D printing. If the hype is to be believed, in the not too distant future it will revolutionise how we design, make, use and consume just about everything. From the death of retail as we know it, to printed food, replica human organs, architecture on the moon, mass customisation and the democratisation of design – very little seems outside the realms of possible.
So, if we can print (almost) anything, should we?
Join us for this opinionated tug-o-war, where some big brains will go head-to-head to win you over on the night.
Guest speakers include:
Ian McDonald, Special Counsel Copyright at Simpsons Solicitors
Chad Henry, Additive Manufacturing Operations Manager at CSIRO Titanium Technologies
Karen Marsh, Manager at Fab Lab Adelaide and Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) Enterprise
Olivier Solente, Sculptural/Spatial Artist with Make.Shift Concepts
Dylan Brady, Director, Architect at Studio505
Theresa Famularo, Producer at Cre8ion
Adjudicator: Eddie Sharp, writer, performer and radio presenter on fBi
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