The Central Saint Martins Photosculpture group is a collaboration between students, technical  and academic staff from MA Fine Art and the BA 3D Pathway. We have collaborators and friends across UAL, notably at Camberwell and in the UAL Archives and Special Collections. We are working with colleagues at the University of Southampton, in Archaeology and at Winchester School of Art. We are also part of the International Print Union, including ENSAV La Cambre, Brussels, The Royal Academy of Fine Art, Antwerp and the Hochscule fuer Grafik und Buchkunst, Leipzig.

The adoption of 3D imaging techniques into fine art practice redefines categories like image and object and proposes new methods of composition and aggregation.

How do the instrumental tools of technologized vision inflect knowledge production
 and  disrupt conventions of artistic and social production, governance and copyright?

Archaeological imaging practices, for instance photogrammetry and reflectance transformation imaging, have been brought into the apparatus of art practice producing new technical objects.

What might be produced and deduced from accidental outcomes of the 3D process and through provocative misapplications?