Rafał Piotr Solski, managing partner at the John Weston Group agency, spoke at the “3D Printing as a Creative Solution in the Visual Arts—Contexts” international conference.
During a joint address, titled “3D. It’s Been Done Already,” Zbigniew Władysław Solski went over some turning points in Western European culture that could not have happened without 3D technology, while Rafał Piotr Solski outlined some practical applications of 3D technologies in agency work, particularly its place in his original branding framework, the Black Horse Method. Zbigniew Władysław Solski is a distinguished scholar of theatre, performative arts, and culture. He specializes in the work of William Shakespeare, Tadeusz Różewicz, and Tymoteusz Karpowicz. His main area of interest is the intersection of theatre and religion. The conference sought to discuss the ever broader application of 3D printing technology in the practices of artists hailing from a variety of fields. The event was organized by the Faculty of Sculpture and Art Mediation at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław.