The Algorithm method: Between technology and art
What started out as a group of college friends playing with ideas has become a successful creative studio which marries technology and art
On the second floor of a redbrick building on Dublin’s Capel Street, a semi-circle of 3D printers whir. Emitting a low whining sound, they’re bringing white, bone-like shapes to life. It’s nightmarish. Or, if you’re Algorithm creative director Kev Freeney, you find it soothing. Later the pieces will be brought to a studio in Poolbeg and made into a sculpture to occupy the ground floor of the Dublin’s Royal Hibernian Academy as part of House...
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