Fold, unfolding between the quotidian and the de-void

Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10149/550907
Title:
Fold, unfolding between the quotidian and the de-void
Authors:
Burton, R. (Robert)
Affiliation:
Teesside University. Institute of Design Culture and the Arts.
Issue Date:
2015
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10149/550907
Additional Links:
http://www.misskikisalon.co.uk/Vetements1
Abstract:
During 2014 research visits to Fukuako, Kyushu Province and Kyoto in Japan explored aspects of traditional making, craft techniques and and handcrafting. Research particularly focused on the production of Kozo and Gampi papers with visits to craft makers.Investigation and innovation with paper techniques including the use of starch, lazer cutting and folding techniques were juxtapostioned with traditional screen printing techniques to explore a relationship between the ordinary in the image, materiality and its relation to the everyday – the embodied. One of the artefacts arising from the research and development process, Vetements 1 exists in two forms; the two dimensional and, taking the Japanese approaches to clothing seen in the work of Miyake and Yamamoto, Wasi Sabi and Ma, expanding from flatness to the three dimensional and worn. The work was selected for exhibition by curator and artist Kakuko ishii for the Nexus Paper international exhibition 2015 and the Sofia paper art fair, Bulgaria by Daniela Todorova in 2016
Type:
Exhibition
Language:
en
Exhibition:
NEXUS – PAPER 2015 Diversity of expression by material and technique 23th March 2015 – 31st May 2015 Kurokawa INN Museum Kyouseinosato Fukuoka Japan; NEXUS – PAPER 2015 Diversity of expression by material and technique July – November 2015 Fukuoka Prefectural Art Museum Fukuoka Japan; 28th April- 19th May 2016 SPAF(Sofia Paper Art Fair) National Palace of Culture Sofia Bulgaria

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DC FieldValue Language
dc.contributor.authorBurton, R. (Robert)en
dc.date.accessioned2015-04-29T15:02:13Zen
dc.date.available2015-04-29T15:02:13Zen
dc.date.issued2015en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10149/550907en
dc.description.abstractDuring 2014 research visits to Fukuako, Kyushu Province and Kyoto in Japan explored aspects of traditional making, craft techniques and and handcrafting. Research particularly focused on the production of Kozo and Gampi papers with visits to craft makers.Investigation and innovation with paper techniques including the use of starch, lazer cutting and folding techniques were juxtapostioned with traditional screen printing techniques to explore a relationship between the ordinary in the image, materiality and its relation to the everyday – the embodied. One of the artefacts arising from the research and development process, Vetements 1 exists in two forms; the two dimensional and, taking the Japanese approaches to clothing seen in the work of Miyake and Yamamoto, Wasi Sabi and Ma, expanding from flatness to the three dimensional and worn. The work was selected for exhibition by curator and artist Kakuko ishii for the Nexus Paper international exhibition 2015 and the Sofia paper art fair, Bulgaria by Daniela Todorova in 2016en
dc.language.isoenen
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.misskikisalon.co.uk/Vetements1en
dc.titleFold, unfolding between the quotidian and the de-voiden
dc.typeExhibitionen
dc.contributor.departmentTeesside University. Institute of Design Culture and the Arts.en
dc.description.exhibitionNEXUS – PAPER 2015 Diversity of expression by material and technique 23th March 2015 – 31st May 2015 Kurokawa INN Museum Kyouseinosato Fukuoka Japanen
dc.description.exhibitionNEXUS – PAPER 2015 Diversity of expression by material and technique July – November 2015 Fukuoka Prefectural Art Museum Fukuoka Japanen
dc.description.exhibition28th April- 19th May 2016 SPAF(Sofia Paper Art Fair) National Palace of Culture Sofia Bulgariaen
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