This experiment is part of one of the research paths that emerge from the conclusions of my final degree project. The idea of researching around the possibilities that the Polymorphic Mold offer using different materials and extrapolating the logic of the machine to other disciplines. In this first exercise I wanted to test whether it was possible to create objects directly in the machine, reducing the costs and time of production in relation to the method used so far (creating molds for the emptying technique in pottery). The use of silicone in cream form allows to create pieces without formal limitations, fast and with very low costs. It also maintains the handmade character of the pieces being each different and unrepeatable.


Miguel Giner