From Sept 9th – 11th 2020, the 10 awarded artists of the first round of Re-FREAM (https://www.re-fream.eu/) and their co-creation teams give you insights in their 9 months co-creation experiences, showcasing live making-ofs of their prototype processes and sneak peeks in the labs. They show their final outcomes and explain the potential of their projects to contribute to a more responsible future of fashion.
Join this session to hear more about Julia Körner’s Re-FREAM project Digital Vogue.
Within the Re-FREAM project Digital Vogue – Between Organic and Synthetic Processes, Julia Koerner (JK Design GmbH) researches 3D to 2D to 3D relationships in 3D-Printed Fashion together with the technology partners Stratasys, Haratech, Profactor and consulting partner Department of Fashion & Technology, University of Art and Design Linz. The research focuses on digitally translating patterns into algorithms and exploring multi-colour 3D printing on fabric, inspired by microscopic imagery of natural artefacts. The ultimate goal within Re-FREAM is that the design workflows can be fully automated; from design to production leading to ‘local production’ and ‘mass customisation’ and ‚rethinking urban manufacturing‘.
Registration required! https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GaFfTZQZTNa8JgH6CH4mRg
Project Credits / Acknowledgements
Project team Digital Vogue: Guillaume Clement (Haratech), Pavel Kulha (Profactor), Naomi Kaempfer (Stratasys)