Diskutiere mit uns über Urban Manufacturing und die Mode der Zukunft!
- Wie wird Urban Manufacturing die Zukunft der Mode beeinflussen?
- Was bedeuten 3D-Druck und High-Tech-Möglichkeiten für traditionelles Handwerk und Haute Couture?
- Wie wirkt sich die Coronakrise auf neue Möglichkeiten und Bedürfnisse der Modebranche aus?
Diese und weitere Fragen werden Christiane Luible-Baer (Co-Leiterin Fashion & Technology, Kunstuniversität Linz), Guillaume Clement (Haratech GmbH, Linz, AT) und Naomi Kaempfer (Stratasys Ltd, Rehovot, Israel) gemeinsam mit euch im Rahmen eines kostenlosen Webinars diskutieren.
Teil des Meetups sind außerdem Kostüm-Oscar-Preisträgerin Julia Körner, 3D-Druck Artist Ganit Goldstein und das Robotik-Duo Michael Wieser und Viktor Weichselbaumer von Yokai Studios. Gemeinsam geben sie euch Einblick in ihre Forschungsprojekte und Erkenntnisse, die in den letzten Monaten im Rahmen des mit 55 Mio. Euro dotierten Fashion & Technology Projekts Re-FREAM entstanden sind.
Moderiert wird das Webinar von Isabel Berz vom European Institute of Design (IED).
Wir freuen uns auf spannende Diskussionen mit allen Mode-, Technologie- und Handwerksbegeisterten unter euch.
Übrigens: Im Juli geht der Re-FREAM Call in die zweite Runde!
Wir suchen wieder 10 KünstlerInnen und DesignerInnen, die mit bis zu 55.000 Euro an der Zukunft der Mode forschen möchten. Interessierte sind herzlich willkommen, sich im Webinar dazu zu informieren.
- Datum: 18. Juni
- Start: 17:00 Uhr
- Dauer: 60 Minuten
- Anmeldung: direkt via Zoom
- Webinar-Link: wie Anmelde-Link
- Plätze: max. 100 TeilnehmerInnen – first come, first serve!
- Sprache: Das Webinar wird auf Englisch abgehalten.
Discuss with us about Urban Manufacturing and the future of fashion!
- How will urban manufacturing influence the future of fashion?
- What do 3D printing and high-tech opportunities mean for traditional crafts and haute couture?
- How will the corona crisis affect new possibilities and needs of the fashion industry?
Christiane Luible-Baer (Co-Director Fashion & Technology, University of Art and Design Linz), Guillaume Clement (Haratech GmbH, Linz, AT) and Naomi Kaempfer (Stratasys Ltd, Rehovot, Israel) will discuss these and other questions with you in a free webinar.
Also part of the meetup are Oscar awarded Julia Körner, 3D printing artist Ganit Goldstein and the robotics duo Michael Wieser and Viktor Weichselbaumer from Yokai Studios. Together they will give you an insight into their research projects and findings that have been developed in recent months as part of the €55 million Fashion & Technology project Re-FREAM.
The webinar will be moderated by Isabel Berz from the European Institute of Design (IED).
We look forward to exciting discussions with all fashion, technology and craft enthusiasts among you.
By the way: In July the Re-FREAM Call goes into the second round!
We are again looking for 10 artists and designers who would like to research the future of fashion with up to 55,000 Euros. Interested parties are welcome to attend the webinar to find out more.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Christiane Luible-Baer is co-director of the Fashion & Technology institute at the University of Art and Design Linz. Her scientific work focuses on practice-oriented design research for the fashion industry. She focuses on digital 3D design and the virtual simulation of fashion, as well as on the effects of digital media and tools on the fashion design process. She is responsible for several national and international research projects at the interface of fashion and technology at the University of Art and Design Linz. From 2008 to 2013 Christiane Luible-Bär was head of the Design Fashion course at HEAD Geneva. From 2001 to 2008 she was a researcher at the MIRALab of the University of Geneva and worked on groundbreaking European research projects such as E-Tailor, Leapfrog or Haptex.
Guillaume Clement works as an R&D engineer at HARATECH GmbH in Linz. Through different national and international projects in many different fields such as the medicine, aviation, automotive or fashion industry, he has been working with research partners from all over Europe and further. He ensures the technical and organisational exchanges between the Re-FREAM artists and the tech partner HARATECH.
Naomi Kaempfer is the Creative Director of Art, Fashion and Design for Stratasys. She has a wide background of experience within the 3D printing and fashion realm. Kaempfer specializes in 3D printing, art & design driven business strategies. Kaempfer studied Law and Philosophy and achieved a Bachelors in product engineering, MSc in Design Management. She specialized in bridging business strategies with international design and creative markets translating solutions from product design into non-standard architecture, among others. After working with ONL on the show for the NSA at Pompidou, she was asked to establish the design and art Platform for manufacturing, which was a novelty in the consumer market in 2003. This platform became the renowned *.MGX for Materialise and the base for ‘i.materialise’. Kaempfer directed this division for 7 years. From 2008-2011, led as Chair professor “the LAB” the technology department at the Design Academy which was Directed by Lidewij Edelkoort at the time. Between 2010-2013, Kaempfer drove the strategic design development of Delhaize Group as the Design Strategy Expert and worked as an independent consultant for 3D printing companies and emerging design platforms.
Naomi Kaempfer joined Stratasys in 2014 as Creative Director, Art, Fashion and Design – responsible for the build-up of the fashion, design and art collaborations at Stratasys. With the company’s R&D, Kaempfer explores the possibilities of 3D printing cross border in the creative disciplines, and with its advanced technologies, collaborates with designers and artists to stretch the creative envelope. Kaempfer forms the relationships and collaborations with museums, art and design institutions, the creative sector and art collectors. Throughout the years, Kaempfer set up numerous collections in collaboration with top artists and designers that have been presented at leading museums such as MoMA, V&A, Pompidou, MET, Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt, and many more.
- Date: 18th of June
- Time: 5 p.m
Duration: 60 minutes
- Registration: directly via Zoom
- Webinar-link: same as Registration
- Availability: max. 100 participants – first come, first serve!
- Language: The webinar will be held in English.
Re-FREAM Webinar: Electronic textiles and Fashion
On the 24th of April, our colleagues from Wear It Berlin hosted a webinar on electronic textiles and fashion. Watch the recording here: