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Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Cast Courts, Room 46, The Chitra Nirmal Sethia Gallery

3D Print

2018 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

3D resin print of the Temperentia Basin made by the Rapid Form department at the RCA. The original was scanned using a hand held structured light scanner and is in the V&A collection (REPRO.1852-6).

Object details

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Object type
Materials and techniques
3D resin print
Brief description
3D print of the Temperentia Basin made by the Rapid Form department at the RCA. The original was scanned using a hand held structured light scanner and is in the V&A collection (REPRO.1852-6)
Physical description
3D resin print of the Temperentia Basin made by the Rapid Form department at the RCA. The original was scanned using a hand held structured light scanner and is in the V&A collection (REPRO.1852-6).
Dimensions
  • Height: 40cm
Gallery label
Copy of The Temperance Basin Rapidform, Royal College of Art, 2018 From the outset, the Temperance Basin has been copied, adapted and appropriated in a variety of ways, made possible by the application of industrial technology to the arts. Scanning technologies offer new potential for reproduction, while digital design is a craft enabling historic works of art to be manipulated before they are produced in material form. This smaller modern print of the Temperance Basin shows the ease with which digital technology enables objects to be reproduced at any scale. Resin print from a digital scan London, England Museum no. M.23-2018 Purchased with the support of the Peri Charitable(30.11.18)
Credit line
Purchased with support of the Peri Foundation.
Object history
3D resin print of the Temperentia Basin made by the Rapid Form department at the RCA. The original was scnnaed using a hand held structured light scanner and is in the V&A collection (REPRO.1852-6).
Collection
Accession number
M.23-2018

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Record createdAugust 13, 2018
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