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KRAK

workmanship and mastership: passing the test.

Onomatopee 62

Practising the innovative chain of cultural progressive production; from the workshop to a progressive platform!

With: Maaike Roozenburg, Tilmann Meyer-Faje, Irene Kopelman and Tim Breukers.

Innovation is the keyword that spans a bridge between now and the future. Innovation manipulates new materials, new techniques and new means of expression – inspired by cultural conscience. Innovation allows us to think outside the box, shakes up the status quo and shapes-up our culture’s future. ?

Krak shows the experiments in which progressive, cultural innovation is taking shape, step by step informing on this cutting edge chain of production. Never before has an experimental production process been so explicitly worked through and informatively presented.

Krak, workmanship and mastery: the putting to the test shows the extraordinary value of the experiment in production and presentation, not in terms of market value but through the production of progressive cultural expressions that expand and unlock new perspectives. It lays bare the contours within which cultural innovation in our material culture is able to exist. ?

Sundaymorning@ekwc is an internationally oriented workshop / centre of excellence / artist in residence for ceramics, it stimulates an international vanguard with support to experiment with both material and application. Onomatopee is a platform where topical designed culture is progressively exposed. Sundaymorning@ekwc is host to the test, Onomatopee is putting it on the cutting edge – a perfect collaboration!

Publication

Freek Lomme, 2011

KRAK

 

 

Type
softcover
Dimensions
160 x 230 MM / 6.29 x 9.05 inch (portrait)
Pages
80
ISBN
978-90-78454-72-4
Editor
Freek Lomme
Author
Freek Lomme, Ranti Tjan , Ilse van Rijn, Johanna Drucker, Michael Kroger.
Graphic
Remco van Bladel
Artist
Maaike Roozenburg, Tilmann Meyer-Faje, Irene Kopelman, Tim Breukers.
Language
English
Binding
stapled and finishing of linnen spine brillianta (4320)
Paper
Muskat grey 290 grs.(cover), Muskat grey 100 grs., Hello matt 100 grs. (inside pages)
Edition
1.000
Color
Black/white and full color parts
Printer
De Raddraaier, Amsterdam (NL)
Curator
Freek Lomme
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THE PEOPLE WHO’VE WORKED ON THIS PROJECT

  • Freek Lomme curator, editor, poet, writer, critic, project coordinator, producer website
  • Ranti Tjan critic
  • Remco van Bladel graphic designer website
  • Lara de Greef product designer, exhibition designer website
  • Ilse van Rijn critic website
  • Johanna Drucker theorist
  • Michael Kroger  critic website
  • Sundaymorning@EKWC partner organisation, co-producer website
  • Mondriaan Fonds public fund website
  • SNSreaal fonds private fund
  • Tim Breukers artist website
  • Irene Kopelman artist website
  • Tilmann Meyer-Faje artist website
  • Maaike Roozenburg product designer website