中荷工作坊作业展

中荷工作坊作业展

展期:2015.1.12-2015.2.18
地点:广州市农林下路5号亿达大厦G层 扉艺廊

中荷工作坊作业展由广州美术学院与荷兰埃因霍温设计学院主办,扉艺廊作为场地支持,呈现荷兰设计师指导美术学院学生为其4天的工作坊成果。
本次工作坊将报名的美院学生分为三个小组,由三位荷兰设计师分别任指导老师。从2015年1月8日开始,为期四天,各小组以导师分配的材料、工具,结合互动交流,实现该小组的工作坊命题。

【工作坊1】
命题:MADE IN CHINA by …
导师:Lucas Maassen & Sons (Lucas Maassen)
Lucas Maassen & Sons是一间家具公司,公司有3个员工,Lucas Maassen的三个儿子:Thijme,12岁;Julian,10岁;Maris,10岁。受到荷兰未成年人劳动法保护,他的三个儿子每周只能工作3个小时,从而导致家具生产时间受到限制。为了提高生产量,Lucas Maassen & Sons准备开始投入到批量生产线上,他们相信只需运用新的批量生产模式,就能发现能从批量生产过程中获利的其他生产方法。
就这次Lucas Maassen & Sons的【MADE IN CHINA】项目而言,它是一个在广州拥有生产线的工作坊。工作坊经营期间,Lucas Maassen & Sons要求这条生产线生产出100个钟。Lucas Maassen的三个儿子,Thijme,,Julian和Maris 每人负责这些钟的不同设计译本,并需要负责介绍项目的基本情况。Thijme,,Julian和Maris缺少工作经验,却有无限的想象力,通过广州工作坊生产线上“员工”的传译结果,生产出了一批颇具特色的产品。
Lucas Maassen & Sons is a furniture company. Lucas Maassen employed his three sons Thijme (12), Julian (10) and Maris (10) to work for him. Due to Dutch child labour laws it is only possible for his sons to work for 3 hours a week, as a result production time is limited. In order to increase production they would like to dive in to the world of mass production. As a company they believe that mass production, when organized in a new manner, can lead to alternative production methods that gain value from its own process.
For the Lucas Maassen & Sons MADE IN CHINA by: workshop they set up a production facility in Guangzhou. During the workshop they asked this facility to produce 100 clocks. Thijme, Julian and Maris are each responsible for a version of the design of the clocks as well as for the briefing of the project. Their lack of experience and their broad imagination led to an a-typical set of deliverables which are interpreted by the new Guangzhou production facility employees.

【工作坊2】
命题:设计非设计 design undesign
导师:Simpson Tse
设计师的身份,都给设计本身的大众印象而「被设计」了。当生活中该有的踏实和坦诚都因为迎合生存而变得不必要时,我们还能透过设计,去演绎事物的真实性吗?又或者,我们能否对设计师作一次「非设计」的洗礼,去寻找贴合自我表态的方法?


透过疏理「自身」,「新闻」及「日常生活」三个主题,工作坊希望能和大家尝试去想象、去探讨设计的内在意义,多添对设计师身份的一种思考与自觉。
While the nature of the design industry has convinced most of us that an adherence to modern life is not necessarily honesty, what does it mean, for a designer to communicate honestly, or authentically? Can we, so to speak, “undesign” design?
Through exploring the three themes, “the self”, “the news” and “the daily life”, this workshop invites its participants to untangle this on-going debate about the inner meanings of design, and to bring a conscious and critical eye to a designer's identities.

【工作坊3】
命题:广州地图类型学Mapping Typologies Guangzhou
导师:Atelier NL
大家都认识广州并且每天都生活其中,但是从不一样的角度观看,一个城市就会有不一样的面貌。这次由Atelier NL带领的工作坊,有14位来自广州美术学院的学生深入广州这个大城市的大街小巷,搜集各街各巷里已偏离原位的大物小件和废旧物品,重新向大家展现一个新的广州面貌。
通过仔细观察、认真思考、用心重组这些来自城市和自然景观的大物小件和废旧物品,将向大家述说不一样的故事。希望这个工作坊能令大家领会到每一处景观的细微差别之处,也正因为大家知道了曾经经常忽视的东西是什么,蕴含在里面的各个故事才能重新向大家揭示它们曾经是如何给那个地方赋予灵魂和生命的。
14位学生描绘出的这些前所未见的广州地图,通过色彩表现、材质运用和复杂信息综合,将尽可能多地向大家揭开广州这座城市的神秘面纱,也让大家尽可能地自我了解。当一个城市的独特品质和基本组成要素被发现、被无限放大、被聚焦的时候,大家才能开始看到隐藏在平凡大世界里的大智慧和丰富多样性。
You know Guangzhou. You see it every day. But there are many ways to look at a city. In this workshop by Atelier NL 14 students of the GAFA Academy went out into the city and got to see it from a new perspective. Their assignment was to gather specific stray and waste materials from the street.
Stories materialize by looking closely at, reflecting upon, and organizing the stray objects and waste materials found in urban and natural landscapes. This exhibition helps to appreciate the potential subtlety of what is there in any landscape. By appreciating what is normally overlooked, hidden stories start to reveal themselves giving soul to a place.
The students in the workshop have created Maps of Guangzhou that no one has seen before. In their colour, texture, and complexity, these unique maps will reveal as much about ourselves as they reveal about the secret life of the city around us. By zooming in and focusing on specific qualities and elements that can be found in every city, you will begin to see the potential wisdom and rich complexity that is hidden within the utterly mundane.

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