From fabrics that generate power through motion to packaging that understands its contents, the materials of tomorrow will be smarter and more dynamic. The exhibition will include a project by Studio Brasch commissioned by The Future Laboratory, and work by Tina Gorjanc and the ActiveAir collective.
26 Elder Street,
Exhibition opening times
20 September 10:00am - 4:00pm
21 September 10:00am - 4:00pm
22 September 12:00am - 4:00pm
23 September 12:00am - 4:00pm
Active Air is a collective project that was born from a two days hack marathon on air pollution at Makerversity, Somerset House in London.
Active Air footwear helps to reverse the damage of air pollution by directly filtering the air at ground level through our shoes.
This project was created by:
Sabina Weiss - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sabina-weiss-9a1a8332/
Yoo-Jin Jung - https://www.linkedin.com/in/yoo-jin-jung-22578632/
Sam Cryer - https://www.linkedin.com/in/samcryer/
Ines Marques - https://www.linkedin.com/in/inesfmarques/
Umar Hossain - https://www.linkedin.com/in/umarhoss/
Sam Roots - https://www.sam-roots.com/
"Ahlan wa Sahlan
‘My house is your House‘
Disarming Design exhibition at Design Museum Gent (B)16 February – 15 April 2018
Photo by Design Museum Gent
During my traineeship at Disarming Design From Palestine I assisted in exhibitions, events, pop-up shops and presentations at various institutions in Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg, Palestine, including Nieuwe Kerk The Hague, Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam, MUDAM Luxembourg, WIELS Brussels, The Palestinian Museum Birzeit, Minard Theatre Gent and Design Museum Gent.
- Announcing a new collaboration! -
For the next few months I will be part of Disarming Design From Palestine team. Assisting Annelys de Vet, initiator of the project, in Brussels and Ghadeer Dajani, Raed Shams in Ramallah, Palestine.
Disarming Design From Palestine aims to spread alternative narratives about contemporary Palestine and reflect upon the function of creative practices in situations of conflict. The design label presents and sells useful goods from Palestine, designed by contemporary designers and artists in collaboration with local producers and artisans.
The project focuses on the development of local design and production capacity through creative processes. By stimulating interdisciplinary working relationships new artistic models are empowered. Art and design are deployed as powerful tools that allow serious discussions within a community about the political, social and cultural realities. It approaches design as a platform for discourse. How can creative practices contribute to a more sustainable society and human-centered economy?
- Launching my new partnership with Valentina Coraglia -
D-Act with Unfold practice project at Operae
from 3 to 6th of November in Palazzo Cisterna, Turin. -
Post-Fishing project will be in Dutch Design Week from 22 to 30 Oct. 2016
Map No. 11
Regeneration Exhibition -
30.09.2016 - 27.04.2017
Regeneration exhibition - presenting Post - Fishing project -
Dates: 30 Sept. – 27 Apr.
Open: Tue. – Fri., 10.00h – 17.00h / Sat. 13.00h – 17.00h.
Address: Lijnbaansgracht 148a, Amsterdam
Opening: 30 Sept, 18.00h.
Dutch Design Week
Dates: 22 – 30 Oct.
Address: Veemgebouw STRP-S, Torenallee 80
#Publication is officially out there and available for sale - £7
interested in a copy firstname.lastname@example.org
0.3 Publication marks the final moment of IT IS PROBABLY BETTER TO START FROM ZERO. The publication intends to function as an overview of the whole project and the artists' practices. It chronologically compiles written and visual records, presenting the development of the project over its eight month duration. It includes supporting essays and interviews by Alejandro Ball, John Gillett, Rogério Taveira and Nayia Yiakoumaki, reflecting on themes presented by the four artists. The publication will be available for sale.
#0.3 Publication marks the final moment of IT IS PROBABLY BETTER TO START FROM ZERO. The publication intends to function as an overview of the whole project and the artists' practices. It chronologically compiles written and visual records, presenting the development of the project over its eight month duration. It includes supporting essays and interviews by Alejandro Ball, John Gillett, Rogério Taveira and Nayia Yiakoumaki, reflecting on themes presented by the four artists. The publication will be available for sale.
at Central Saint Martins
MA MATERIAL FUTURES
Degree Show Two // 22 - 26 June 2016
21.06 / Private View - from 17.00 - 22.00
22.06 / Public View - from 12.00 - 20.00
23.06 / Public View - from 12.00 - 16.00
24.06 / Public View - from 12.00 - 20.00
25.06 / Public View - from 12.00 - 18.00
26.06 / Public View - from 12.00 - 18.00
Anne Vaandrager // Audrey Speyer // Benedetta Martino // Bonnie Pierre-Davis // Cathrine Michelle Baranda // Charlotte Nordmoen // Dew Apilada Vorachart // Giulia Tomasello // Hanan Al Kouh // Ines Marques // Katy Shand // La Duma ElamaMpondo // Lesley -Ann Daly // Liza Mackenzie // Manuel Thiessart // Maritta Nemsadze // Mi Zhang // Nicky Vu // Nilou Esfandiary // Pamm Hong // Phoebe Quare // Sanne Visser // Tina Gorjanc // Valentina Coraglia // Ying Lai // Ying Shen // Zannah Cooper
Material Futures students re-think the future.
We explore the intersection of craft, science and technology and aim to look beyond existing boundaries.
We combine social, political and economic inquiry to inform future, sustainable design applications. Our research projects focus on a range of diverse subjects such as: materiality in the digital world, the future of medical care, sustainable energy, migration in the 21st century and the potential of synthetic biology.
Degree Show MA Material Futures /// 21 - 26 June.
Official release / Post - Fishing /
MA Material Futures Degree Show /// 21 - 26 June - Central Saint Martins
Official release - Post - Fishing project
DIGESTION, in the Window Space, at the Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University. 2 / 06 / 2016 at 6.30pm