Neri Oxman's unique artworks are produced using 3D CNC printer technology to create life-like, organic sculptures.

Neri Oxman's latest artworks almost seem like natural, organic elements. However, they are all man-made using the Connex500, a CNC 3D Printer. Each piece is unique with interesting textures and patterns. The Subterrain almost looks like a cross-section of a bone, while the Stalasso art piece features limpet-like shells.

Neri Oxman is currently an assistant professor of Media Arts and Sciences at the MIT Media Lab. Her works explore how digital design and fabrication technologies mediate between matter and environment. In 2009, Oxman was featured on Icon's list as the top 20 most influential architects to shape our future and was also one of the ‘100 most creative people' by Fastcompany.

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