Artificialisation, simultaneity, dynamism, evanescene, instability, dispersion: these are a few of the many variables that we today sense as characteristics associated with what we might call "conditions of our environment". These conditions of change are related to the transformation of new scenarios, but also to the transformations that may be glimpsed in behaviours sensitive to the current superposition and heterogeneity of social, cultral and spatial realities; conditions which allude to a diffuse and paradoxical time coexistences and interlinks, of relationships and alienations, of mixtures and slippages between the universal and the particular, the substantial and the anecdotal, the domestic and the collective, the local and the global- between the routine and the extraordinary, in sum- that trends increasingly to articulate situations and experiences, inherent and removed, and to which contribute decisively the prominent role of the new technologies, informatics and telematics, and of the realms of movement and communication, in current life at work and in home.
Events Produced in situations of collision and displacement. Of crossing and intersection. Criss-Crossing
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21 January 2011

Jewellery Beyond Tradition / Digital Craft Exhibition

This Exhibition was the very first Curatorial/Exhibition design I did. It was a good experience about " How Gravity change your Design?". All the details I worked on 3D programs on computers were changed on the application process. The main theme of the exhibition was "The Digital Craft". It can be described as a "computed" way of design and manufacturing. The pieces were curated by Dear Professor SEZGIN AKAN. The concept of the chosen pieces were the pieces which can transform from the second dimension to the third dimension or simply 2D to 3D.

This idea made me to start with the most simple shape which is transformable from 2D to 3D. The result was The Mobius.
There is more information about the designing process of the exhibition in the previous posts.

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