IMM COLOGNE / PURE TALENTS 2020

2020/01/13 - 2020/01/19

Köln Messe, hall 03.1

Participants IMM COLOGNE / PURE TALENTS 2020


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Magdalena Sophie Orland

BETWEEN_SPACES

Conceptual Textile Design

The experimental material research is based on a theoretical analysis of the ongoing digitalisation of our society and how it impacts on our handling of textiles. This was explored by using lace as an exemplary case study through which a contemporary reinterpretation of the material could be developed.

sizeh: 400 mm, w: 400 mm
materialpolyamide, transfer film, leather, viscose, silk, polyurethane, acrylic

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Anne Martin

Identikit

Art / department: Image Space Object Glass

Identikit is the idea of a modular identity - the “I” in a construction set. The installation is the module and even modular. It allows access into the in-between of a touched mass. Wooden moulds used for blowing glass, opened, turned outwards and connected to form a collective body, generate the matrix of the glass form.
The surfaces of both materials testify to their touching in the process of formation. Shapes become areas, bodies become planes, approaching landscapes.

sizevariable dimensions, at least 2000 mm x 3000 mm x 5000 mm

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Ezra Dilger

Anthropocene Souvenirs

Industrial Design

In the “Anthropocene Souvenirs” project, “natural objects” made of potassium hydroxide are 3D-printed. The potassium hydroxide is able to bind CO2 from the air. The white objects become tinted violet by an indicator after complete saturation. The transformation of these objects demonstrates that there is too much CO2 in the atmosphere and opens up a discussion about how we could react to the changes in the Anthropocene.

sizeh: 120 mm, w: 200 mm, d: 200 mm
materialpotassium hydroxide / soda lime
Vincent Dino Zimmer

Bee Peer Economy #propertyless

Industrial Design

By asking the question of what enables objects to be propertyless, I created the autonomous, automatic beehive “Bee Peer Economy”, which is the responsibility of and managed by the bees themselves. They sell their overproduced honey directly to customers but make no profit. They use the earnings for self-preservation and reproduction.

size500 x 180 x 100 mm
materialPP, MDF, mechanics
photo creditsVincent Dino Zimmer

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Leopold Seiler

Your Hair Your Ink

Industrial Design

Human hair is unique and individual. It reveals who we are, where we come from, stores habits and indicates our age.
An ink made of own hair makes the personal uniqueness clear and puts the great diversity that exists in hair into a different context and makes it tangible. In collaboration with the Biochemical Laboratory of Martin Luther University, a variety of hairs were gently enzymatically dissolved and pigments were obtained.
The resulting ink shows various shades of brown and demonstrates the reuse of the body's own waste.

sizeheight 20mm, width 1200 mm, depth 600 mm
materialHair, MDF, Glas

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Lene Zech

fade

Textile Design

These fabrics can possibly make people aware of their habit of excessive consumption. But how is the end of a product’s life cycle defined and how is the process legitimized? Upon weaving together naturally dyed and synthetically dyed yarn qualities, contrast emerges over time due the difference in lightfastness. Sections that fade at varying tempos create a completely new, vibrant surface aesthetic using the process of transience. Here, ”wear“ receives the status of a stand-alone quality.

materialECONYL®

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Robin Godwyll, Yang Ni

Facing You

Industrial Design

The project is an interactive installation that analyses the people around it. The robot captures and records the facial expressions of the spectators and to visualises the reactions to the technology.
After analysis by machine learning, the robot reproduces the emotion graphically on paper. The viewers can subsequently compare their feelings with those evaluated by the robot. The audience and the machine interact with each other and their actions influence the result equally.
The project tries to open the black box of data analysis in our everyday lives and draws the audience's attention to the issue of data collection and privacy.

The project is part of the Robot Lab Residency, in which students spend a semester studying topics such as robotics and technology and their impact on art and society.

contactrobin.godwyll@burg-halle.de
yang.ni@gmx.de

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Judith Anders

VAIO – alternative eating tools and vessels for the five senses

Industrial Design/ Product Design and Design of Porcelain, Ceramics and Glass

Expressive ovals are cutting convex shapes and define the vessels of the series. They are positioned at the borderline between vessels and eating tools. Lively they attract attention on several sensual levels. The combination of visual impressions with haptic and olfactory awarenesses increases a variety of pleasurable experiences. VAIO reflects natural colours and animates an instinctive handling to slow down our fast moving lifestyle. Various vessel compositions of different scenarios are located in gastronomic arrangements.

sizeThe VAIO vessels have three different sizes. The medium size also has three varied cuts.
small: 13,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm, weight: circa 50g
medium: 14 x 5,5 x 5,5 cm, weight: 80-100g (depends on the cuts)
large: 22 x 8,5 x 8,5 cm, weight: circa 280g
materialporcelain and glass