Artefacts of an Unknown Evolution was an exhibition showcasing 3D printed and hand-built porcelain sculptures, it was held in the Dining Room of the British Hotel in Lyttelton.  The inspiration from this body of work is Radiolaria and Diatoms.

I had created some sculptures for Sculpture on the Peninsula. However, after it was partially cancelled due to covid-19, I hosted my own exhibition. This was a blessing in disguise as it gave me the time and freedom to expand my body of work and design all aspects of the exhibit. 

I created supporting material for the exhibition. This included, posters, flyers, invitations, price list, brochure, one light up sign, hand-cut wall decal, postcards and stickers. I also sourced and altered the cabinets I used. 

Light-up sign for the exhibiton

flyer + invitation. stickers, price list, stickers and brochure
flyer + invitation. stickers, price list, stickers and brochure
Postcards (available from the vending machine)
Postcards (available from the vending machine)
Postcards (available from the vending machine)
Postcards (available from the vending machine)
brochure, price list, flyer + invitation
brochure, price list, flyer + invitation
I created names for each 'species' of sculpture. The posters with each 'scientific name' and technical drawing, were created used the same 3D printer that printed the sculptures themselves.
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