December 11, 2012
Pin-up project space announce Lucy McRae (Body Architect) as their 2013 Summer resident. She will be turning the gallery space into a ‘live lab’. this should be an exciting residency.
The Art and Design of Contemporary Jewellery
A Design Museum, London touring exhibition Unexpected Pleasures looks at what we mean by jewellery from a number of different perspectives. Taking as its starting point the radical experiments of the Contemporary Jewellery Movement that challenged a conventional understanding of the language of personal adornment, and looking instead at the essential meanings of jewellery, the exhibition brings together important work from around the world, and looks at it from the point of view of the wearer as well as the maker. Contemporary Jewellery in this sense is at the intersection of art and design.
Curated by Dr. Susan Cohn for the Design Museum, London with exhibition design by Ab Rogers Design and graphics by Barnbrook.
Us in London will have to wait until 5th December 2012 for this touring exhibition though its possible to read the book now.
August 11, 2011
these two designers have collaborated with Master Henry Ng the last Lion Mask Maker in singapore to create these beautiful lights using bamboo strips and rice paper.
Francesca Lanzavecchia is also known for her work: ‘Proaesthetics’ which looked at disability artifacts and supports
Artist uses haptic design tools and 3D printing to create otherworldly sculpture and jewelry « Ponoko – Blog
August 9, 2011
Farah Bandookwala’s work is showing at the Jerwood Makers Open until 28th August.
�one artist’s journey with material, method and form
Prosthetic Aesthetics: with Stelarc, Bertolt Meyer, Lizbeth Goodman and Rachel Armstrong | Science Gallery
June 14, 2011
A ‘wish I was there’ moment, I’m sure this will be a thought provoking event. Stelarc, Rachel Armstrong, Lizbeth Goodman and Michael John Gorman all being on the panel, that will discuss prosthetics, technology and aesthetics,and presumably culture as well.
June 7, 2011
strange, magical and mesmeric, this exhibition by Matt Pyke (Universal Everything) is called Super-Computer-Romantics, and deals with anthropomorphism.