Milan Design Week / Ventura Future 2019

Burg Roadshow - Visionary Thinking and Design

2019/04/09 - 2019/04/14

Ventura Future
Via Tortona (BASE Milan)

Participants Milan Design Week / Ventura Future 2019

Mathis Hosemann

Blind faith

Industrial Design

As more machines surrounding us in our daily lives become most efficient and defect less, they lack the emotional access we are dependent on. This socio emphatic effect we need to interact with beings, computers and other machines included, has evolved over thousand of years.
Religions gave us the rules and restraints to establish a society.
Instead of having a moral obligation the computer pre-calculates every step he makes. But is a ethical machine imaginable?
This algorithm synthetically generates religions by combining already existing religions with the different concepts of a machine. Simultaneously it executes a freshly generated prayer, data for a three-dimensional idol and consequently a ritual.

size2500 x 1000 mm
materiallaptop, label printer, styrofoam, labels
photo creditsLinda Schäffler
Robert Hahn

This Is Not A Vase

Ceramics

In industry extrusion processes have to be efficient and accurate. This method is used to make the same elements over and over. „This Is Not A Vase“ is a material-experiment focused on extruded clay. The self-made piston extruder and specially lasered dies transform the process to an individual handicraft. Errors are admitted, even more consciously created. The resulting objects impress with their aesthetic which let you only vaguely remember standard parts and efficiency.

sizedifferent sizes
materialclay, glazed
photo creditsRobert Hahn

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Andreas Wagner

Metastable

Industrial Design

A metastable design, which is based on a possible disintegration of designed things, suggests (in)capable future options as to how we could encounter anthropocen questions at a material level. It questions the conventional division into stable and unstable structures and shows the potential of dealing with this dichotomy. It tries to counteract the accumulation of things that sooner or later stand in our way. The objects shown disintegrate into their constituent parts by the smallest possible interventions into different connecting structures.

sizedifferent sizes: max. 600x300x300 mm
materialacrylic, wood, PP, rubber, sand

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Johannes Voelchert

Pressure-Made

Industrial Design

I am questioning manufacturing procedures in terms of materiality and processes, taking a realistic lifecycle of a product into account. I have adapted a pneumatic hot spray system to my needs to decontextualise the industrial melt-blown technique. This enables me to manually manufacture tailor-made 100 % TPE-U footwear, directly on the customer’s feet. At the end of its lifespan, worn footwear is washed, melted down and a new shoe is ready to be created.

size110x300x120 mm
materialTPE-U

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Ina Turinsky

The Great Smog

Industrial Design

Global warming.
Ocean acidification.
Air pollution.
At a time when ecological problems are intensifying, a concept is being introduced into scientific and public discourse that unites changes and ascribes them to human impact. How do various disciplines encounter the concept of the anthropocene? Which images are emerging in their respective jargons? The work consists of a collection of anthropocene incidents, a reflection on how to deal with new threats, and a scenario that looks into a material future.

sizesize milking machine: 250×200×200 mm
size dialysis machine: 200×140×60 mm
size shearing device: 60×240×60 mm
materialPMMA, PLA, EPDM, silicon, steel

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Katerina Kagioglidis

Fell The Scent

Industrial Design

Katerina Kagioglidis’ bachelor project is about making scent visible. Data of twelve molecules is transformed into two-piece objects with tactile surfaces. These are based on the data of the scent which they represent. Their shape is defined by a specifically developed aerial system which is a tool to describe how a scent smells. The surface of each intersection is generated by the weight of the molecules, measured by a technique called mass spectronomy. The project enables us to discover a scent with our hands while perceiving its smell.

sizedifferent sizes: max. 120x120x120 mm
materialblack PLA

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Johanna Stella Rogalla

I Tell You Something About Black, White And Blue

Textile Design

The phenomenon of widows’ clothing can be found in greatly diverse cultures and geographically far distant places. Somehow this global parallelism is both fascinating and irritating. A woman had to and sometimes still has to show that her husband has died by wearing specific clothes. In my work I refer to the “black widows” of the Victorian age in Europe and North America, the “white widows” who live in the Indian city of Vrindavan and the “blue widows” who once lived as Bedouins in the Negev desert.

sizedifferent sizes
materialcotton, silk, wool, polyester, tencel, bamboo fibre

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Leopold Zaumseil

Solid Currents

Industrial Design

For as long as can be remembered, humanity has been frightened but also fascinated by the destructive forces and beauty of lightning. With SOLID CURRENTS I visualise this incomparable and marvellous power of nature and use it as the generative source of my work. I materialise this energy in cooperation with nature, consequently locking the sudden discharge patterns into a solid state. I have fused nature’s handwriting with my conductive structures — illustrating the interplay of nature and technology, organic and rational forms. This new process makes it possible to further investigate nature’s own way of sculpting.

sizedifferent sizes
materialobject material: selectively sintered glass
apparatus material: steel, aluminium, PPS