Expressive Computation Lab

Various organic formed ceramic vases, many with two necks.

Join us for an evening of artist talks!

The Expressive Computation Lab at UCSB is currently hosting an Experimental Clay Artist in Residency program. The goal of the residency is to explore integrations of ceramic craft with new technologies like clay 3D printers.

This Thursday, Pilar Wiley and Avi Farber, our 2022 artists in residence, will be talking about their work.

Pilar and Avi will share their earlier work, as well as some details about the work they have undertaken in our lab and the opportunities and limitations they see for digital fabrication within their practice.