Aera Fabrica exhibited at CODA ExperienceLab

Aera Fabrica exhibited at CODA ExperienceLab in an exhibition on 3D printing and craftsmanship

This Dutch Design Week, Fillip Studios presents two new projects at two different locations: Adaptable Auxetics and Maacq Oase. Read on to find out more about these projects and the general theme of DDW21.

In response to the corona crisis and the questions that it indirectly evoked about climate change, inclusivity, wellbeing and much more, Dutch Design Week 2021 calls for reflection and change with the theme The Greater Number: “a future where there is a constant search for a better number — sometimes less, sometimes more but then of higher quality, and sometimes simply different.” During DDW21, this quest is explored from four different perspectives or subthemes: It’s In Our NatureThings That MatterCabinet of Collaborations and One Size Won’t Fit All. Fillip Studios is represented in two of these subthemes:

Meetup Art in Healthcare

By supplementing medicine and care, the arts can improve the health of people who experience mental or physical health problems. Engaging in the arts can promote prevention of disease and build wellbeing.

In response to the growing awareness of the value of the arts in the healthcare environment, supported by a growing body of scientific research, hospitals throughout the Western world are expanding their collections of artworks, organizing events with music, and creative therapies. By supplementing medicine and care, the arts can improve the health of people who experience mental or physical health problems.In this meetup we dive into the world of Art in Healthcare: what are the benefits of applying art in healthcare? What are the potentials?

Details:
Coehoornstraat 17, space 1, Arnhem
20:00 -22:00 (doors open at 19:30)

Kröller-Müller Museum exhibits Vocode by Fillip Studios

‘Not in so many words’

The exhibition ‘Not in so many words’ brings together a wide variety of works from the collection of the acclaimed Kröller-Müller Museum, in which words, letters, sentences and text fragments play a prominent role. From word puzzles and poems to philosophical contemplations and political commentary.

Forty language and word artworks

The exhibition features about forty works by artists such as Robert Barry, Marcel Broodthaers, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Jenny Holzer, Joseph Kosuth, Bruce Nauman, Marc Ruygrok and herman de vries. The work on display varies widely, from word puzzles and poems to philosophical contemplations and political commentary. From text subtly incorporated into collages to incisive social statements. A wide range of art forms is included in the exhibition: films, installations, performances, sculptures, neon art, works on paper and paintings.

New work by contemporary language and word artists

At the invitation of the Kröller-Müller Museum, Niels Post (1972), Guido de Boer (1988) and Fillip Studios (Roos Meerman (1991)/Tom Kortbeek (1987)) will create new works for the exhibition. With great dedication and devotion, De Boer analyses the shape of letters and thoroughly analyses typography. In a humoristic and critical tone, Post exposes the noise on the internet using words without meanings. And Fillip Studios uses digital technology to visualise words and sounds from extinct languages.

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Vocode at Kröller-Müller Museum
1 February 2020 – 27 September 2020

Find out more about Vocode by Fillip Studios