After completing a Bachelor of Architecture with honours, Gardiner completed a Doctor of Philosophy at RMIT in 2010 and is a leading voice in the field of 3D fabrication. This multi-awarded artist has exhibited throughout Australia and internationally and is currently undertaking the UNSW Art & Design Residency. He was also a finalist in the 2018 NSW Creative Achievement Awards. Gardiner’s work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Sydney and this year he is showcasing his first large-scale piece at Sculpture by the Sea.
- Selected Works
- '3D printing and clever computers could revolutionise construction', The Economist, June 2017
- 'Australian architect launches revolution with arrival of biggest ever 3D printer', SMH, September 2016
- 'BRW Most Innovative Companies 2014: Why construction companies are thinking like manufacturers', AFR, October 2014
- 'Architect Dr. James Gardiner Revolutionizes Construction and Coral Reefs Through 3D Printing', 3d Print, October 2016
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