Babette Wiezorek is a product designer who works at the interface of materials, technology and the processes that connect them. For several years, she has focused on additive and digital manufacturing (3D printing) with fluid porcelains dyed through with color pigments. With a specific design approach to digital technologies and a well-founded awareness of the sensual qualities of porcelain, she searches for a new aesthetic symbiosis of technology and material. In the process, she creates porcelain objects and vessels that develop extremely delicate and complex structures, pushing the material to its static limits. The field of tension encompasses textile-like surfaces and organically grown forms, clearly structured bodies and seemingly random, geomorphic arrangements. What they have in common is a delight in the sensuality of porcelain as a material and a curiosity to exhaust, combine and explore the potential of digitally supported manufacturing processes.