|DDW 18 – 26/10
Klokgebouw, EindhovenAarhus until – 14/11
|The starting point for the installation was the combination of two intriguing phenomena. On the one side it is colour and its physical quality and on the other side it is the element of motion and its dynamic nature. To unite these qualities the electric fan has been chosen as a tool. Placed on a podium a group of fans will show their different states by performing a choreography blending colour and motion.The isntallation is developed for LYNfabrikken BOX and will be on show there until November 14th.
One of the Fans can also be seen during Dutch Design Week at ‚Design in Full Colour‘ curated by Scholten & Baijings.
See the video of the installation here.
|Photogrpahy & New Project
Dutch Invertuals ‚Cohesion‘
18 – 26 October
Fuutlaan 12b, Eindhoven
|The photo series created to be used as pr material during the Dutch Design Week. All the participants are covered with perforated sheet material. The size of perforations determine the detailing of the person behind each screen. The used materials are steel, aluminum, Mdf en textile. By overlapping the different structures moiré effects have been created.Interline Panels
Raw Color created curtains that enable the user to generate a more or less transparent surface. By sliding one of the two panels, the horizontal and vertical stripes shift into each other. Based on the principle of interlinear overlap graphical patterns appear. The panels are made from see through textile combined with opaque foil.
Initiator and Curator
|Febrik is a new Dutch brand of interior textiles founded by Renee Merckx and Jos Pelders. Beginning life as Innofa with a collection of knits, the ambition of Febrik is to show the world a next generation of textiles by re-exploring existing techniques.The horizontal line is defined as the main graphical element. It adjusts according to the format that is applied, it can be stretched or compressed, repeated and split. The line can be considered as a simplified representation of the knitted textiles feature. The typography is a mix ultra light weights with bold cuts and is placed in Black or White on the different greyish backgrounds that emerge from the palette of the 5 coloured greys. The identity consist of stationary items, textile sample books, website, photography and animations.|
|Exhibtion & Workshop
Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei
|Being invited as part of the exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei we also visited Taiwan to give a workshop and lecture.11 Dutch designers and 6 Taiwanese designers were invited to display their works categorised within five themes—Earth, Aid, Care, Share, and Biotech. This exhibition allows the visitor to compare and contrast the works of designers in Taiwan and the Netherlands. It shows us how social designers use creativity with humanist concern to mediate between the land and people.|
Feeds per Minute
at Taipei Design & City 2014, Budapest Design Week
|Feeds per Minute is presented during Taipei Design & City exhibition which is a prelude of the Taipei World Capital 2016 programme. It will be on show until October 26th.It is also part of ‚The intelligence of everyday life‘ during Budapest Design Week until October 31st.
With ‘Feeds per Minute’ Raw Color captures the news that spreads all over the world. Algorithms determine the aesthetic of the headline and give the news fact a red or blue -i.e. bad or good – ‘coloured’ identity. The visual output of ‘Feeds per Minute’ creates a new concept of time measured in events and archived for a digital as well as an analogue future.
This project is developed in cooperation with Mark Brand andRemon van den Eijnden.
|Publication & Interview
|Nice Interview and report about our studio. Great editing, pubishing and design by Elana Schlenker. Photography of the studio by Daan Pans.Besides the publication Gratuitous Type curated an exhibition about the featured studios at KK Outlet in London.
It can be visited until October 31st.
You can order it here:www.gratuitoustype.com
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