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Zachary Eastwood-Bloom: Divine Principles
Zachary Eastwood-Bloom: Divine Principles

Zachary Eastwood-Bloom: Divine Principles

ART

48 Pages, 8.25 x 9.5

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $16.95 (US $16.95) (CA $22.95)

Publication Date: January 2018

ISBN 9780995621343

Rights: US, CA & SAM

Pangolin London (Jan 2018)

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Overview

Zachary Eastwood-Bloom graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2010, where he studied ceramics and glass. His work explores diverse materials including ceramics, glass, bronze, jesmonite, sound and video. His interest lies inthe intersections between the physical and the immaterial and the historical and the cutting-edge. He references classical imagery, adopts digital aesthetics and uses leading technologies. For one body of work, Eastwood-Bloom used 3D software to scan busts from the British Museum and the Royal Academy of Arts, which he digitally manipulated before 3D printing and casting into clay, the process transitioning from the physical through the digital and resulting back in the physical.Eastwood-Bloom has produced a public commission for the London o ce of Marex Spectron and is currently working on a commission for Aviva Investors in collaboration with Campbell Architects to create a work that will be integrated into the fac¸ade and interior of a new building in Hanover Square. is catalogue was published by Pangolin London to coincide with their exhibition of Eastwood-Bloom’s works in autumn 2017. It regroups many of his works and is introduced by Mark Miodownik.

Author Biography

Mark Miodownik is an engineer and materials scientist. He is the Professor of Materials and Society at UCL where he teaches and runs a research group. He is a broadcaster and writer on science and engineering issues, and believes passionately that to engineer is human. He regularly gives popular talks on engineering and materials science to TV, radio, festival, and school audiences.