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Valeria Abendroth
The project aims to create a sophisticated installation that will capture all the senses and open the door between the digital world and the real world through the collaboration of technology and art.
Valeria Abendroth

Valeria emigrated from Russia to Germany in the´90s. Finished school degree and job training as a dental technician. After working 5 years full time as a dental technician she quitted the job and went to study fine arts. The experience as a dental technician gave her a special perspective on the processing and use of materials in the art context. Her art with sculptures, installations and video art is reflected in themes about human being, traditions and modernity, and have a social and societal meaning. Now she is moving around the world, doing exhibitions and residencies.

Embryonic

The rapprochement between art and technology and the artistic exploration of new applications are a key factor in understanding the socially increasingly relevant dimensions of new technologies and the future. The artwork will be a three-dimensional, interactive room installation that represents a developmental laboratory, including biomorphic sculptures that seem to be alive and growing. These sculptures are being developed in cooperation with the development team of 3D Technique and the artist. The sculptures have a very haptic surface structure, shape and colours that automatically attract them to see closer, touch and feel. Visitors can move like in another dimension, surrounded by unknown shapes and objects that create a special atmosphere. He can be in the direct contact with the technology and art.The project aims to create a sophisticated installation that will capture all the senses and open the door between the digital world and the real world through the collaboration of technology and art. These connections in the installation create a whole new organism, just as 3D technology makes it possible to create things that did not exist before.

3D PRIME

With the objective of improving the learning process and training of medical students and professionals, Inova de, create it real, the University of Heidelberg and University of tübingen have started a project to produce realistic and accurate 3d models of a particular patient funded within the framework of the Eurostars programme. To address this problem, the consortium proposes itself to produce the next level of 3D printing services for medical training and education: • 3D printed organ models that are realistic, affordable, conform to the actual patient images and at the hands of every medical student. • These anatomically correct models will have the same haptic characteristics as real organs, enabling a better learning experience.

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Embryonic
Valeria Abendroth
The project aims to create a sophisticated installation that will capture all the senses and open the door between the digital world and the real world through the collaboration of technology and art.
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The artwork

The rapprochement between art and technology and the artistic exploration of new applications are a key factor in understanding the socially increasingly relevant dimensions of new technologies and the future. The artwork will be a three-dimensional, interactive room installation that represents a developmental laboratory, including biomorphic sculptures that seem to be alive and growing. These sculptures are being developed in cooperation with the development team of 3D Technique and the artist. The sculptures have a very haptic surface structure, shape and colours that automatically attract them to see closer, touch and feel. Visitors can move like in another dimension, surrounded by unknown shapes and objects that create a special atmosphere. He can be in the direct contact with the technology and art.The project aims to create a sophisticated installation that will capture all the senses and open the door between the digital world and the real world through the collaboration of technology and art. These connections in the installation create a whole new organism, just as 3D technology makes it possible to create things that did not exist before.

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About the artist
Valeria Abendroth

Valeria emigrated from Russia to Germany in the´90s. Finished school degree and job training as a dental technician. After working 5 years full time as a dental technician she quitted the job and went to study fine arts. The experience as a dental technician gave her a special perspective on the processing and use of materials in the art context. Her art with sculptures, installations and video art is reflected in themes about human being, traditions and modernity, and have a social and societal meaning. Now she is moving around the world, doing exhibitions and residencies.

The technology
Embryonic

The project aims to create a sophisticated installation that will capture all the senses and open the door between the digital world and the real world through the collaboration of technology and art.

About the residency

With the objective of improving the learning process and training of medical students and professionals, Inova de, create it real, the University of Heidelberg and University of tübingen have started a project to produce realistic and accurate 3d models of a particular patient funded within the framework of the Eurostars programme. To address this problem, the consortium proposes itself to produce the next level of 3D printing services for medical training and education: • 3D printed organ models that are realistic, affordable, conform to the actual patient images and at the hands of every medical student. • These anatomically correct models will have the same haptic characteristics as real organs, enabling a better learning experience.