Babette Wiezorek
1984 Born in Berlin
2004–2011 Studied art history & communication science at the TU Berlin, MA degree
2010–2016 Product design at Berlin Weissensee School of Art, Master of Arts degree
Since 2017 Various teaching positions at universities and colleges in Berlin, Kiel, Braunschweig and Hamburg
2017 Founded the Additive Addicted design studio; freelance designer and lecturer for design theory and art history

Babette Wiezorek

With a keen sense for the aesthetic qualities of porcelain as a material,  . Her creations are distinguished by textile-like surfaces and organically grown or sculptural forms, clearly structured bodies and seemingly random, geomorphic arrangements. She works with a mixture of German and French porcelains that are specially adapted for the 3D printing process. Manually generated gradations create new color variations with a one-of-a-kind character. The high firing temperature of 1,250° Celsius lends great density and strong resilience to the vessels, which are transparently glazed on the inside. The principal price range is between 100 and 400 euros.

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      • Babette Wiezorek

        Address Additive Addicted, Studio Berlin
        Prenzlauer Promenade 177
        13189 Berlin
        Phone +49 176 241 150 81
        Times After agreement by telephone