Looking back at Dutch Design Week 2019
07 november 2019Dutch Design Week took place in Eindhoven from 19 to 27 October 2019. The Fund was present at several locations. We presented new talent during 'The Scene is Here' in MU. In 'Chronic Health, It's only human?' at the Embassy of Health, eight designers supported by the Fund, among others, demonstrated the importance of design for healthcare, now and in the future. Together with Vereniging Deltametropool, we presented the plea for the spatial quality of our future living environment: GO!RES. And with the programme 'This is a Take-Over: Researching Remix', Metro54 focused attention on design, digital culture, reflection and research within urban arts & culture.
Watch the highlights film made by Clara Gustafsson here:
Fashion designer Anouk Beckers conducts research into fashion as a collective practice. In the JOIN Collective Clothes workshop, participants make a garment together. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
What if you become a structural part of a building or space as a person? With 'Dress Rehearsal For A Building', architect Tomas Dirrix investigates the merger of visitors and architecture. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
In the Disassembly Café of Teis de Greve, visitors started using the inside of smart electronic devices. Looking for new options for everyday technology. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
Fascinated by the influence of light on our state of mind, stage designer Koen Steger takes the audience into a world of light, the psyche and ... boxing. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
When does an artist become an object and vice versa? And what role does the public play in this transformation? Installation artist Philip Vermeulen investigates the subject of embodiment and scans the audience. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
For his audiovisual performance 'Strange Attractors' during 'The Scene is Here', multimedia designer Darien Brito was inspired by the chaos theory of Edward Lorenz and searches for the beauty of disorder. Photo: Boudewijn Bollmann
The exhibition 'Chronic Health: It's only human?' in the Embassy of Health, i.c.w. U CREATE, Philips Experience Design, Máxima MC, Waag and DDF, aimed to inspire visitors to work together to find the future of healthcare. Photo: Jimena Jauna
With the exhibition, the Embassy of Health shows the power of design in the transitions in healthcare, as well as the dilemmas of healthcare. Photo: Jimena Jauna
'Millennium Ginseng Project' by Kuang-Yi Ku. Photo: Jimena Jauna
'Encounter #6' by Joost van Wijmen. Photo: Jimena Jauna
The Agis Innnovatiefonds and the Creative Industries Fund Nl organized the 'Chronical Health' inspiration session as part of the Embassy of Health in the Klokgebouw.
With the program 'This is a Take-Over: Researching Remix', Metro54 focused on design, digital culture, reflection and research within urban arts & culture in TAC. This is the 'Undo' presentation by Sydney Rahimtool. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
'Makandra (Together)' by Laeno Lashawn during This is a Take-Over: Researching Remix at TAC. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
'We got it from here' by Leana Boven & Funs Janssen during This is a Take-Over: Researching Remix bij TAC. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
In addition to the exhibition, Metro54 organized different meetings at TAC. Photo: Dave Menkehorst
Together with Vereniging Deltametropool, we presented the plea for the spatial quality of our future living environment: GO! RES to Kristel Lammers, director of the National Program Regional Energy Strategies.
Because of the Open Call Architecture Biennale Venice 2020, the Creative Industries Fund NL and Het Nieuwe Instituut organized a meeting in TAC. Debra Solomon, Afaina de Jong and Klaas Kuitenbrouwer reflected on the theme of the biennial.