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  • 国际创意手机万博登录设计展 第二季 KEEP IT GLASSY 2

    主办方:上海手机万博登录博物馆

    艺术总监:Tilman Thürmer / 协调亚洲

    展览策划:艾丝特,陈瑛

    展览时间:2015年4月19日 – 2016年3月31日

    展览地点上海手机万博登录博物馆,23号楼

    Organizer: Shanghai Museum of Glass

    Art Direction: Tilman Thürmer / COORDINATION ASIA Ltd.

    Curation: Esther Muñoz, Chen Ying

    Dates: Apr 19, 2015 – March 31, 2016

    Exhibition Venue: Building 23, Shanghai Museum of Glass

    关于展览 ABOUT EXHIBITION

    手机万博登录创造美好未来

    1种材料
    4个视角
    35位国际设计师
    诠释关于未来的无穷想象

    自开馆之始,上海手机万博登录博物馆便秉持「分享手机万博登录的无限可能」这一理念,不断寻求崭新的视角,探索和分享这种材料的无限特质,而Keep It Glassy国际创意手机万博登录设计展正是我们在这一理念下的众多努力之一。

    Keep It Glassy这一概念由协调亚洲 (COORDINATION ASIA)发起并联合策展,专注于手机万博登录设计,展出国际著名设计师的创意佳作。第一季的展览于2013年圆满落幕,在对手机万博登录千变万化的迷人特质的玩味中,成功传递了手机万博登录创作的激情和乐趣。

    延续第一季的成功, Keep It Glassy第二季同样完美展示了Nendo、MVRDV、Dominic Wilcox、Kacper Hamilton、Formafantasma等设计工作室如何通过手机万博登录的特性,诠释他们眼中的美好未来。Keep It Glassy 2将展览的重心放在呈现某一概念或项目上,而非仅仅聚焦于手机万博登录作品本身。那些耐人寻味的故事和独特的价值理念隐藏在手机万博登录设计背后,展示出设计师如何利用手机万博登录的特性,塑造他们眼中的美好未来。

    整个展览中,四个相连的空间分别呈现「悦享」、「存续」、「革新」及「承袭」四种不同的视角,让参观者穿梭其中,透过手机万博登录展望未来。Keep It Glassy 2将一系列丰富且启发灵感的设计作品汇聚于上海,并就如何以手机万博登录创造美好未来展示了超过30种方案,让参观者透过手机万博登录的无限可能,畅想无限美好的未来。

    Forming a Future in Glass

    1 material
    4 perspectives
    35 international designers
    Endless visions on the future.

    Since our inception, we have dedicated our work at the Shanghai Museum of Glass to prove that the possibilities of glass are endless, and to this point we continue to search for new perspectives to explore and share the infinite qualities of this material. Keep it Glassy is one of our numerous endeavours in line with this approach.

    Keep it Glassy is a concept developed and co-curated by COORDINATION ASIA and it focuses on glass design, as seen through the creations of acclaimed international designers. The first edition of the exhibition was open in 2013 and it has showcased the fun and excitement of working with glass, in an engaging play of dark, light, solid and liquid.

    Following the success of its first edition, the second instalment of the design exhibition Keep it Glassy shows the way in which design studios like Nendo, MVRDV, Dominic Wilcox, Kacper Hamilton or Studio Formafantasma embody their ideas for a better future, using glass. Keep it Glassy 2 presents concepts or projects, not only objects in glass. The intriguing stories and smart strategies that hide beyond the surface of the design pieces show that designers make use of the specific traits of glass to shape their ideas for a greater future.

    The four different angles that can be taken when imagining the future through glass: Adornment, Sustainability, Innovation and Preservation are showcased in four interconnected halls of the exhibition space. As a whole, Keep it Glassy 2 introduces more than 30 glass designs that envision a desirable future, with the aim to inspire the visitors in imagining solutions for the future through glass.

    参展设计师 PARTICIPANTS

    MVRDV (NL)
    Studio KDSZ (CN)
    Ingrid Hulskamp (NL)
    Nendo (JP)
    Philipp Weber (DE)
    Kacper Hamilton (UK)
    Ben Clement + Sebastian de la Cour (DE)
    Studio Formafantasma (NL)
    Wang Qin (CN)
    Dominic Wilcox (UK)
    Luke Jerram (UK)
    Susana Soares (PT)
    Izumi Akinobu (JP)
    Southampton University (UK)
    Studio Roosegaarde (NL)
    Ernesto D. Morales (USA)
    Jakub Nepraš (CZ)
    Studio Thier & Van Daalen (NL)
    Poetic Lab (UK)
    Lex Pott (NL)
    David Derksen (NL)
    Jun Murakoshi (JP)
    Christine Wood (UK)
    BCXSY (NL)
    Bilge Nur Saltik (TK)
    Rive Roshan (UK)
    Peter Pichler (IT)
    Steve Gates (UK)
    Alicja Patanowska (PL)
    Tat Chao (CA)
    Ezgi Turksoy (TK)
    Kacper Hamilton (UK)
    José de la O (MX)
    Akiko Oue (JP)
    Kitengela (Kenia)

    MVRDV建筑设计事务所 (荷兰)
    KDSZ工作室 (中国)
    Ingrid Hulskamp(荷兰))
    Nendo工作室 (日本)
    Philipp Weber (德国)
    Kacper Hamilton (英国)
    Ben Clement + Sebastian de la Cour (德国)
    Formafantasma工作室 (荷兰)
    王沁 (中国)
    Dominic Wilcox (英国)
    Luke Jerram (英国)
    Susana Soares (葡萄牙)
    Izumi Akinobu (日本)
    南安普顿大学(英国)
    Roosegaarde工作室 (荷兰)
    Ernesto D. Morales (美国)
    Jakub Nepraš (捷克)
    Thier & Van Daalen工作室 (荷兰)
    Poetic Lab工作室 (英国)
    Lex Pott (荷兰)
    David Derksen (荷兰)
    Jun Murakoshi (日本)
    Christine Wood (英国)
    BCXSY工作室 (荷兰)
    Bilge Nur Saltik (土耳其)
    Rive Roshan (英国)
    Peter Pichler (意大利)
    Steve Gates (英国)
    Alicja Patanowska (波兰)
    Tat Chao (加拿大)
    Ezgi Turksoy (土耳其)
    Kacper Hamilton(英国)
    José de la O (墨西哥)
    Akiko Oue (日本)
    Kitengela (肯尼亚)

    策展人说 CURATOR'S STATEMENT

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    2015年4月18日,上海手机万博登录博物馆将启动年度项目—— “Keep it Glassy”国际创意手机万博登录设计展第二季。“Keep it Glassy”这一概念由协调亚洲 (COORDINATION ASIA)发起并联合策展。作为一个专注于手机万博登录设计的展览项目,它搜罗并汇聚国内外最具创新活力和独特价值理念的设计师,探索并分享他们从手机万博登录中汲取灵感的多种方式。“Keep it Glassy 2”将关注于设计师如何通过手机万博登录,诠释他们眼中的未来。

    在“Keep it Glassy 2”的策展过程中,策展人下意识地选择了把展览的重心放在展示某一项目及其理念上,而非单单将目光聚焦于展品本身。那些引人入胜的故事和独特的价值理念隐藏在手机万博登录设计背后,展现了设计师如何利用手机万博登录的特性,塑造他们关于美好未来的无尽畅想。展览中,四个空间诠释四个不同的主题,各主题都与“Keep it Glassy 2”展出作品所蕴含的故事紧密相联。

    “Keep it Glassy 2”再次成功将一系列丰富且启发灵感的设计作品汇聚于上海,并就如何以手机万博登录创造美好未来展示了30种方案。展览的立足点并非在于强调哪些设计最佳或最具前景,而是致力于诠释有关未来手机万博登录应用的多种方式,这也同上海手机万博登录博物馆的理念不谋而合,在开馆的第四个年头,上海手机万博登录博物馆仍旧可以抓住崭新的视角,探索并分享手机万博登录的无限可能。在继续推进“Keep it Glassy”设计展的过程中,博物馆也借机审视了自身的未来,即进一步拓展其设计收藏,巩固展馆作为“上海独一无二的设计地标”的地位。

    On April 18, 2015, the Shanghai Museum of Glass kicks off its year program with the second edition of design exhibition Keep it Glassy. Keep it Glassy, a concept developed and co-curated by COORDINATION ASIA, focuses on glass design. It brings international talent to Shanghai and explores the many ways in which glass inspires designers. The second edition of Keep it Glassy will zoom in on how designers look at the future through glass, and how they express their hopes and dreams for a better future, using this versatile material.

    In curating Keep it Glassy 2, the conscious choice was made to focus on displaying concepts or projects, instead of mere objects in glass. The intriguing stories and smart strategies that hide beyond the surface of glass design show that designers make use of the specific traits of glass to shape their ideas for a better future. In the exhibition, four rooms highlight four different themes that can be extracted from all the stories that Keep it Glassy 2 represents.

    Keep it Glassy 2 again accomplishes to bring a rich and inspiring selection of design to Shanghai. In total, the exhibition shows some 30 views on how we can build a better future through glass. The exhibition does not take a stand point on which solutions are best or most promising. On the contrary: it aims to show the vast pallet of ways glass can be applied to move forward in time. This fits seamlessly to the vision of the Shanghai Museum of Glass that, now in her fourth year of operation, still manages to find fresh and new perspectives to explore and share the infinite possibilities of glass. By continuing Keep it Glassy, the museum looks into its own future, by further growing its design collection and strengthening its positioning as Shanghai’s one and only design destination.

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