Binary Ceramics

A Fusion of Design, Craft, and Science

Yiannis Vogdanis is not your typical artist; in fact, a professor once aptly described him as "an unusual hybrid of design, craft, and science." This multifaceted description perfectly encapsulates his diverse and innovative approach to the world of art and creation.

His recent endeavours have been centred around exploring the boundaries of digital fabrication and creative programming. With an insatiable curiosity for pushing the limits of what can be achieved through technology and artistic expression, Vogdanis constantly seeks new horizons. His journey is marked by a passion for experimentation and an unquenchable thirst for collaboration.

Yiannis Vogdanis welcomes partnerships and interactions that harness the collective power of creative minds. If you believe you have an idea, a concept, or a project that aligns with his unique blend of design, craft, and science, he eagerly awaits the opportunity to collaborate with you.

Yiannis Vogdanis initiated BinaryCeramics, a manifestation of his intense passion and extensive research into developing systems that enable the 3D printing of semi-fluid materials. His creative journey is driven by a constant quest to materialize and showcase the beauty he uncovers through his research, exploring forms, patterns, vibrations, and the subtle elements often overlooked in our surroundings.

With a background in traditional materials and artisan craftsmanship related to clothing, ceramics, and furniture, Vogdanis brings a rich tapestry of expertise to his artistic endeavours. His work stands at the intersection of ancient traditions and cutting-edge technology, creating a space where innovation, aesthetics and the timeless charm of craftsmanship coexist.

Yiannis Vogdanis continues to shape the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of art and design, offering a unique blend of creativity and scientific exploration that has the potential to revolutionize our understanding of traditional materials and their contemporary applications.