Digital Mould Design, Steel Composite Mould. Image courtesy of CAM


Presented by Castlemaine Art Museum


Sat 01 Jun 11:00am - 12:00pm


Free, No Booking Required


Castlemaine Art Museum
14 Lyttleton St, Castlemaine VIC 3450, Australia


Accessible bathroom, All gender bathroom, Assistance animals welcome, Wheelchair accessible

Based in Castlemaine, Digital Mould Design (DMD) are the leading digital mould and formwork designers in Australia. Following the first design installation with Like Butter in 2023 as part of Melbourne Design Week and Melbourne Art Book Fair at CAM, this year DMD have created a distinct steel GFRC mould installation to activate the gallery space. With many years of experience in concrete and GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) moulding, DMD specialise in solving the complex forms found in contemporary Australian architectural projects.

Tim Preston and Sholto Turner of DMD will be in conversation with CAM Director, Naomi Cass, discussing their design installation and offering insight into their process. Hear how DMD use 3D computer modelling to digitise the concrete form based on architectural drawings, CAD files, sketches or briefs, to design and develop mould and formwork systems suitable for a range of fabrication methods.


Digital Mould Design (DMD)

Digital Mould Design (DMD) offer world leading concrete formwork, mould designand fabrication technologies. DMD specialise in the design and supply of in-situ form work and precast moulds for commercial builders, large scale domestic developments, landscaping and urban development. DMD apply leading edge technologies to suit any shape, finish and budget. These technologies include lasercut steel, CNC machined polystyrene foam (EPS), fibre glass and 3D printing. Projects include MONA Hobart, Park Hyatt Sydney, University of Melbourne, Jewel Tower Gold Coast, MCG Melbourne, Melbourne Metro Tunnel, Sea World Atlantis Queensland, Curtin University Perth, Mildura Riverfront Precinct, Melbourne Quarter, Idée Fix Winery Margaret River.

Naomi Cass

Curator and writer, Naomi Cass is Director, Castlemaine Art Museum (CAM). On the cusp of her CAM appointment in 2019, she curated the exhibition Capital for the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. Her most recent previous role was Director, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Fitzroy 2004–2019.

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