In DAMn° 57:
What if you could use human hair as an alternative to diminishing natural materials? Studio Swine* travel along the Hair Highway to explore the hair trade and its potential as a future resource. Hair design in DAMn° 57.
DAMn° 57 International Architecture Exhibition Venice
The German Pavilion at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice addresses the role of architecture in direct relation to the integration of immigrants. It does so not by indicating a formula for this challenge but through creating an audacious political signal, in the hope of generating a long-overdue discussion. Architecture in DAMn° 57.
DAMn° 57 on print
John Chiara is devoted to the contact print, for this is is the only way he can evoke the expression he is after. Having realised early on that too much information was lost in the darkroom enlargement process when using standard size negatives, he set about developing his own equipment and processes. Print in DAMn° 57.
DAMn° 57 on art and performance
Bringing together live performance, music, lm, painting, sculpture and drawing, this is the first survey of the work of the internationally acclaimed Icelandic artist. Ragnar Kjartansson’s work combines his experience of stage traditions with experiments in repetition and endurance. Cliche?s and motifs of Western culture, romantic melancholy, and even his own conception, provide the personal and often playful subject matter of the artist’s emotionally charged work. Art in DAMn° 57.
DAMn° on total design
This major retrospective comprises a site specific installation inspired by nature and fabricated by robots, complemented by displays, events, and digital initiatives dedicated to global engineering design. As the most significant engineer of the 20th century, Ove Arup pioneered a multidisciplinary approach to design that has de ned the way engineering is understood and practiced today. Design in DAMn°.
Park Sonsbeek in DAMn°
Curated by the artist collective ruangrupa from Jakarta, Indonesia, Park Sonsbeek serves as a site for installations as well as lectures, workshops, and performances by participating artists throughout the event. Murals, installations, and interventions feature at prominent locations in Arnhem city centre as part of ruangrupa’s research into residents and the city, giving an impulse to life in public spaces.
DAMn° is an international (re)view on contemporary culture. The magazine is an independent publication with open-minded views on the interchangeable worlds of design, architecture and art.