Festive Opening of the exhibition RE-SOURCE during the Dutch Design Week (19-27 October 2019) in Eindhoven, written by prof. dr. Ginette Verstraete During Dutch Design Week RE-source, the winner of the Dutch Design Award 2019, will show an interactive installation on urban waste streams. RE-source is a NWO-SIA collaboration between Design Academy Eindhoven / Lectoraat… Read More RE-source Collective shows ‘design research’
Written by dr. Jos ten Berge Last week, some 400 people were present at the opening of the biggest exhibition of work van Willem van Genk ever. Hardly recognised during his life, Van Genk now counts among the best of the best within the ranks of the so-called “outsider artists”, that is, people who are… Read More Willem van Genk in the Outsider Art Museum in the Hermitage in the Newspaper
Written by Ginette Verstraete On Tuesday 11 March 2019 our 2nd speaker in the MA Lecture Series on Environmental Humanities presented her work to us: Simone Post, who is a textile and product designer. She graduated with honours from the Design Academy Eindhoven (DAE) in 2015 and since then her work has received numerous accolades… Read More Lecture on Environmental Humanities by Simone Post
Hi! I am Dieke, 21 years old, and for the first semester in my third year of studying MKDA I went on exchange to Hong Kong. As an art student, the VU Worldmap doesn’t give you a whole lot of exchange destinations (IBA is better off, as always), but I had already decided that I… Read More Students’ Stories: Dieke Ribbers in Hong Kong
Written by Esmee Schoutens This fall I received Early Career Fund from CLUE+ to conduct archival research in the United States for five weeks. I am now a second-year research master student of the Critical Studies in Art and Culture track. I mostly focus on modern and contemporary art, specifically on art/technology collaborations and artistic… Read More Scavenging American Art & Technology Archives – Esmee Schoutens
Geschreven door Iris de Baat Gietijzeren straatlantaarns, vuilnisbakken, bankjes en hekken: ze zijn tegenwoordig niet meer weg te denken uit het straatbeeld. Toch is het pas sinds het begin van de negentiende eeuw dat publieke ruimtes in steden werden ingericht met straatmeubilair. Door de opkomst van straatmeubilair werden steden veiliger en schoner, maar vooral ook… Read More Gietijzeren ornamentiek: omarming of verwerping? – Iris de Baat
Written by Joost Adriaanse Participation in RE-framing Residual Materials in Design Theory, Design Practice and Design Education. RE-source is a two year collaboration between Design Academy Eindhoven – lectorate Places and Traces, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam – Faculty of Humanities, Municipality of Rotterdam and Studio Ester van de Wiel. The research project ends in October 2019.… Read More Participation in RE-framing Residual Materials in Design Theory, Practice and Education.