Dutch Design Week 2020

Burg On Air – As Close As We Can Get

2020/10/17 - 2020/10/25

https://ddw.nl/en/programme/3520/burg-on-air

Participants Dutch Design Week 2020


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Sophie Parschat & Victor-Alexander Mahn

Atmospheric Data

Multimedia Design

Atmospheric data is visualising the invisible nitrogen dioxide pollution in the air. The study moves through all the steps of a data-driven design process, from data collection and evaluation to a presentation using augmented and virtual reality technologies. The dataset used in the study was collected with a prototypical sensor for mobile nitrogen measurement in Halle. The collected data is made visible in closed virtual space as well as in virtually augmented space.


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Felix Schipp

WATERBORN(E) CERAMICS

Industrial Design, Product Design Ceramics and Glass

Waterblasting Ceramics.
A material removing method.

How does the material react when its greatest weakness is targeted?
In an experiment, a blank ceramic product was exposed to a high-pressure water jet.
This resulted in an experimental set-up consisting of a controllable turntable, an adjustable high-pressure cleaner and a CNC-controlled blasting lance.
In this way, the most diverse shapes and surfaces can be worked out of the material. New formations arise.

sizemachine: height 1100 mm, width 1500 mm , depth 900 mm
materialobjects: stoneware
machine: mixed materials
contact

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Chris Walter & Robin Godwyll

Not the brightest bulb @hugefancy

Industrial Design

The hugefancy project scales 3D printing to a human scale. Our 3D printing machine was created in the project and processes recycled plastic granules. It plays with low print resolution and the resulting short production times. The human being is placed at the centre of a quasi-real-time design and manufacturing process. What happens if from now on machines and algorithms are given ever deeper powers in our decision-making and decide for or about us?

sizeweight approx. 3 kg per lamp, size approx. 300 x 300 x 300 mm
Details of the hugefancy 3D printer: size about 2700 x 3500 x 1700 mm
materialRecycled HDPE plastic

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Lotte Schlör

M3: Machine – Mass – Mold

Industrial Design, Product Design Ceramics and Glass

From a traditional machine to a new type of mould

The mass product and the unicum embody two poles in the intersection of design, arts, and craftsmanship. What separates the “perfect” duplicate from the “imperfect” unicum? It’s the constitutive process whose boundaries I’m exploring. In this very sense, “M3” is a process project, in which I experiment with a self-made pressure-casting machine to create a new type of mould: the rotatable plaster mould. A pattern is cut into both parts of the form – the rotation of the halves creates infinite variations of the original pattern. The form spawns an – oxymoronically – industrial unicum.

sizemaschine: height 1200mm, width 1200mm, depth 800mm
objects: diameter 230mm
mold: diameter, 360mm height 150mm
materialmaschine: metal, wood, plastic
objects: porcelain
mold: plaster

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Lukas Keller

Open System Speaker

Industrial Design

The “Open System Speaker” stands for sustainable consumer electronics in a post-growth-oriented society. The Bluetooth Speaker is not closed in itself. Electronic components from different manufacturers can be exchanged, integrated and updated at will. An online platform coordinates on-demand production via decentralised local producers. The consumer is responsible for the simple assembly.

materialPLA, Electronic components

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Nari Haase

Re-stack

Conceptual Textile Design

Re-stack is a separable carpet design that aims to prevent old textiles from being landfilled or incinerated. The multi-layered weave juxtaposes Econyl® and wool in a patterned pile, joining their features and haptics without compromising their value and recyclability. After its use, Re-stack can be separated into monomaterials by simply pulling it apart and is easily recyclable. The loop can be closed when the Re-stack 2.0 is woven out of regenerated Econyl® and recycled wool.

sizeheight 12 mm, width 350 mm, depth 270 mm
materialRe-stack 1.1 – 1.4: Econyl®, wool, wool-blend / Re-stack 2.0: Econyl®, recycled wool (GRS certified)

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Sarah Heber-Kohlmann

myGROW – a modular growing system for sprouts and micro greens

Product Design and Design of Porcelain, Ceramics and Glass

myGROW provides a self-sufficient source of food in your own home as a sustainable alternative to products from overseas or energy-intensive frozen foods. The modules made of glass and absorbent clay are adapted to the needs of different types of sprouts. This allows for individual composition according to your own taste. Through the several layers, you get variety in a small space. The transport route is extremely short: from the windowsill at home straight to the table!

sizeheight 240 mm, width 170 mm, depth 170 mm
materialceramic and glass

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Virginia Reil

The Seaman

Textile Design

A life on board has many challenges, you need the right clothes for every situation.  Flame retardant - UV-resistant - breathable - water repellent. The designed textiles have different functions and properties and can be combined with each other, pure and recyclable. A special low-melt yarn from Trevira company enabled extremely dense and structured fabrics. The work contains six personal stories about sea women as I have met them and as I imagine them.

sizedifferent sizes
materialTrevira polyester, tencel, wool, linen

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Rebecca Hilser

Pictureworlds and narrative characters

Textile Arts Painting

The work “pictureworlds” comprises narrative characters that develop their lives independently in the presence of the viewer. They invite the viewer to add a place to his or her own fantasy world in order to set the picture in motion – to lose oneself in the artwork and to find oneself again.
Every imprint on the work remains visible, shaping it, so that an individual pictorial character
develops. I imagine that my pictures speak their own language. The impressions come from the immediate surroundings and my world of thoughts. I bring these impressions to a fabric. By constantly working on it again and again, the picture develops a life of its own, which constantly influences the further creative process.

materialMischtechnik, Textilien, Paper, Weaving, embroidery, serigraph,

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Nikos Probst

Structure in Motion

Fine Arts and Art Education

In my artistic practice I try out new processes of creating and transforming forms. I am referring in particular to transformation processes between the analogue and the digital. My discussion is based on the everyday handling of digital processes of data acquisition and extraction. I am particularly interested in the investigation of perception processes and information acquisition through 3D scanning. I use the results, as well as limits and weaknesses, to generate a new visual language.

sizePrints: 1400x800mm / 3D-Prints: 300x120x80mm
material print on Alu-Dibond, 3D-Print PLA

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Jana Isabella Luck

'Not the first ground, not the last horizon'

Photography / Installation

The journey generates a space for reflection, while photography creates views of what is visible to the gaze and what eludes it. In the expansive installation the photographs appear as an investigation of the gaze in varying dimensions in relation to the real space. Fragmentary pictures of urban space refer to the reality of life, and plants as natural antagonists to the human-made appear as metaphorical elements. The tropical house as an artificial simulation of a place displays an allegory for photography.

sizeFine Art Inkjet-Prints: 300x400 mm - 700x100 mm, Corrugated Panel-Prints: 2450x3000 mm

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Freya Schweer

Ornaments of vitality and norms of possibility

Textile Arts

The woven pictures embody the examination of movement possibilities within a normative environment as well as the potential to break up and reshape social norms from within.
The Ornament shows the interaction of adjacent forms and stands as a metaphor for the Capacity of individuals to act within social structures. It becomes visually perceptible how individuals can initiate changes by deviating from the norm.

size height 3500mm, width 6000mm
materialJaquard weave, linen and polyester

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Julia Tiefenbach

Agile Fragile

Image Space Object Glass

Agile Fragile is a system of n-dimensional and non-located objects. With drawings and materials, Julia Tiefenbach is dealing with terms such as pragmatism and perfection, simplicity and severity or rather play and seriousness. Based on everyday architecture and abstracted by memories, artworks with great colourfulness and extensive impact arise. Likewise, the individual becomes an object: In a capitalistic world, an individual can only survive by regulating his or her acts and seeking efficiency. Self-optimisation works as a social principle, but it cannot provide existential consolation.


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Maria Kiialainen

Between visible and invisible worlds

Jewellery

It is a work that introduces various mushroom characters and their different ways of socialisation. The exhibition invites one to a Forest, where light is dancing between the trees. In this Forest the mushrooms are connected to their Habitat; they live as objects that can be connected with the body. Their Mycelium embraces the wearer: one becomes one with nature, one can even become a mushroom or plant wildflower seeds. When invisible rhizomes become visible, a question arises: How extensive is the invisible Network?

sizevarious sizes
materialcopper, enamel and mixed media