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KIDS DRIVEN DESIGN 2/3

Kids Driven Design / Reciprocity Design Liège 2012

 

An initiative by: Paul-Emile Mottard, Provincial Deputy in charge of Culture in Liège

General management: Wallonie Design

Artistic direction: Giovanna Massoni

Secretariat : OPMA - Province of Liège - Culture

 

Website : reciprocity-2012

Co-designers:

Eva, Jules, Odile, Sophie, William, Michaël

 

Painted clay, perspex and cardboard models of a coaster with a message & mission: visually representing the world’s continents, its liquid-filled depth and material could ‘hold’ the objects placed on it.

 

Beyond the workshop: waterworld

Design development: Michaël Bihain

Assistant: Colin Thomas

 

Prototype production:

(1) Sirris: stereolithography (sla) clearvue epoxy resin

(2) Christophe Genard, glass-blower

(cercle de wallonie): crystal

Images : Michaël Bihain

 

Concept and pedagogical programme:

Emma Firmin, in collaboration with the Educational Department of the Grand Curtius Museum.

 

Coordination of the workshop:

Michaël Bihain (designer), Stéphanie Koch (Wallonie Design), Edith Schurgers (Grand Curtius) and together with: Charlotte Bonten, Emilie Sypszak, Jean-Antoine Dutreuill & William Larrière (ESA Saint-Luc Liège – interior design and industrial design students)

 

Photographers :

Anaïs Longatte, Luigi Masci, & Anne-Sophie Reuter (students Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts de Liège)

 

Videos:

Simon Hennaut, Sarah Lambert & Julien Nizet (students Académie des Beaux Arts - Liège)

 

Co-designers :

Elias, Elina, Fanny, Eva, Jules, Léa, Luana, Marie, Odile, Robin, Simon & Sophie

 

Companies :

Val SainLambert

 

Design & Scenography :

Michaël Bihain

 

Thanks to:

Le Grand Curtius

Jean-Marc Gay - Direction de la Culture, des Musées et du Tourisme

Marie Remacle, attachée - Cabinet de la Culture & des Relations interculturelles Ville de Liège.

 

2012

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