STUDIO WORK

October 2, 2014STUDIO WORK

Justin McGuirk. Dreaming of Year Zero

by Z33

In the grey areas of “social innovation”, policy experts and computer hackers are adopting a design ethos to rethink intractable social problems. Nothing embodies the merging of these two phenomena in the field of design quite like open-source de... Read more »

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Thomas Lommée, OS TentBeds, 2016. Ideas City, Detroit, USA. Commissioned by Joseph Grima / The New Museum, NY. September 30, 2014STUDIO WORK

OpenStructures. Interview with Thomas Lommée

by Z33

What is authorship in open source design? How is an object system based on open source distributed? Belgian designer Thomas Lommée, initiator of OpenStructures, talks about OpenStructures and prospective future of open source design in an interview ... Read more »

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September 24, 2014STUDIO WORK

Vera Sacchetti & Tamar Shafrir. A Good Virus

by Z33

Partly triggered by the crisis and partly fighting to stay relevant, in recent years biennials have stepped out of their traditional boundaries by inviting multidisciplinary teams of curators to share relevant perspectives, exploring controversial ni... Read more »

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senseofsound-gertaertsen-timeisatechnology-11_crop May 24, 2014STUDIO WORK

Sound Art in Visual Arts. The Symposium

by Z33

'Sense of Sound' symposium brought together six curators specialized in sound art to discuss the status of sound art within the field of visual arts. The speakers include Joost Fonteyne, director of Festival van Vlaanderen Kortrijk and Sounding City,... Read more »

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STUDIO WORK

Artists and designers often take the lead in designing and testing new alternatives, while the cultural field seeks to hone in on innovative practices such as cooperatives, commons, alternative financing. Studio Work explores creative, inspiring models that can point the way to more efficient, more ecological and sustainable forms of production. What are the possibilities of the local and the circular economy? How can the link between digital and traditional production methods be rethought? What is the role of art and design in the changing practices of work, production and creation?

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2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, Adam Gibbons, All the Knives, All the Knives (Any Printed Story on Request), archive, art, biennial, BIO50, BIO 50, book, C-Mine, case study, commentary, curating, De Brakke Grond, deep time, design, Design Academy Eindhoven, design education, Designing Futures, Designing Scarcity – Design and Innovation in Times of Scarcity, DESIS Philosophy Talks, De Unie Hasselt-Genk, Dunne & Raby, ecole mondiale, education, Ele Carpenter, essay, event, exhibiting, exhibition, field station, field trip, Fiona Raby, Franz Kafka, future, Future Fictions, Future Fictions – Perspectives on World-building, future thinking, Hannah Arendt, inhabiting time, installation, interview, jewellery, Jon Stam, knowlegde, Kolenspoor, Konstantin Grcic - Panorama, labour, local, Manufactuur 3.0, Milan Design Week, Nelly Ben Hayoun, non-linear time, Nuclear Culture, Nuclear Culture Roundtable, nuclear waste, Open Call, open source, Pantopicon, Participatory Design Conference, performance, Perpetual Uncertainty, Pit – Art in Public Space in Borgloon-Heers, production, publication, public space, public talk, reflection, rehearsal, research, Revital Cohen, roundtable, Sense of Sound, shock, social media, sound art, space, Space Odyssey 2.0, speculative design, speech, Studio Future, Studio Future – Future Fictions in Art and Design, Studio Time, symposium, The Machine, The Machine – Designing a New Industrial Revolution, The Wilde Things – The So Contemporary Jewellery Collection of Mrs. Wilde, time, Traders, Traders Open School, Tuur Van Balen, Virginia Tassinari, Walter Benjamin, White Horse/Twin Horse, workshop, wunderkammer, Z33, Z33 Co-production, Z33 Commission, Z33 Debates, Z33 Production