RAW COLOR
Address
Klokgebouw 130
5617 AB Eindhoven
The Netherlands
Mail
info@rawcolor.nl

Exhibition

Dutch Invertuals - Matter of Time

October 2010

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Raw Color simplified the ingredient of 'medieval wood' to its smallest fibre. This element, originating from one plank, is transformed into a pile of paper. By combining the classical medium of handmade paper with the technology of today, the digitalized year rings grown by the hand of the machine. Treating the wood like an archaeologist we studied the dark oak wood. We weighted, measured it and photographed every step in the process. We choose plank number 3 to saw into sawdust, this was the ingredient for the paper. We searched in the Netherlands for a place were they still make handmade paper, these places are becoming more and more rare. We found Leo Hoegen in Utrecht, he has a love for making paper and has a lot of knowledge. After some try-outs we found the right way to make the papers with the old wood. After this step we were questioning ourselves what to add on the paper, should their be a print on or not and if yes what would it be? In the end we decided to use the technique from this time-being, a computer controlled cut-machine, to draw the rings of the wooden pole. One pole (number 6) we let cut into slices, here came 44 slices out. These 44 different slices weer digitalised and brought back on the paper, drawn by the machine. This visual research is presented during the Dutch Design Week 2010 in Eindhoven at Dutch Invertuals.
Dutch Invertuals presented ‘Matter of Time’, focused on the basis material of 600-year-old wood; archeological oak wood which once served as the foundation for the Eindhoven city entrance. Wendy Plomp, the initiator and curator, got in contact with the archeological institute of the municipality of Eindhoven. Discussing the urge to show the historical material but not having the capacity the institute offered Dutch Invertuals the chance to work with the unique material to convert it into contemporary pieces.
Dutch Invertuals is a collective of individual designers. Together they present their work in an exhibition in which their contemporary viewpoints are expressed through images, objects, materials, insights and stories. The participants were Carolina Wilcke, Daphna Isaacs & Laurens Manders, Edhv, Juliette Warmenhoven, Julien Carretero, Max Lipsey, Mieke Meijer, Raw Color.
www.dutchinvertuals.n

Raw Color simplified the ingredient of 'medieval wood' to its smallest fibre. This element, originating from one plank, is transformed into a pile of paper. By combining the classical medium of handmade paper with the technology of today, the digitalized year rings grown by the hand of the machine. Treating the wood like an archaeologist we studied the dark oak wood. We weighted, measured it and photographed every step in the process. We choose plank number 3 to saw into sawdust, this was the ingredient for the paper. We searched in the Netherlands for a place were they still make handmade paper, these places are becoming more and more rare. We found Leo Hoegen in Utrecht, he has a love for making paper and has a lot of knowledge. After some try-outs we found the right way to make the papers with the old wood. After this step we were questioning ourselves what to add on the paper, should their be a print on or not and if yes what would it be? In the end we decided to use the technique from this time-being, a computer controlled cut-machine, to draw the rings of the wooden pole. One pole (number 6) we let cut into slices, here came 44 slices out. These 44 different slices weer digitalised and brought back on the paper, drawn by the machine. This visual research is presented during the Dutch Design Week 2010 in Eindhoven at Dutch Invertuals.

Dutch Invertuals presented ‘Matter of Time’, focused on the basis material of 600-year-old wood; archeological oak wood which once served as the foundation for the Eindhoven city entrance. Wendy Plomp, the initiator and curator, got in contact with the archeological institute of the municipality of Eindhoven. Discussing the urge to show the historical material but not having the capacity the institute offered Dutch Invertuals the chance to work with the unique material to convert it into contemporary pieces.

Dutch Invertuals is a collective of individual designers. Together they present their work in an exhibition in which their contemporary viewpoints are expressed through images, objects, materials, insights and stories. The participants were Carolina Wilcke, Daphna Isaacs & Laurens Manders, Edhv, Juliette Warmenhoven, Julien Carretero, Max Lipsey, Mieke Meijer, Raw Color.www.dutchinvertuals.nlRaw Color simplified the ingredient of 'medieval wood' to its smallest fibre. This element, originating from one plank, is transformed into a pile of paper. By combining the classical medium of handmade paper with the technology of today, the digitalized year rings grown by the hand of the machine. Treating the wood like an archaeologist we studied the dark oak wood. We weighted, measured it and photographed every step in the process. We choose plank number 3 to saw into sawdust, this was the ingredient for the paper. We searched in the Netherlands for a place were they still make handmade paper, these places are becoming more and more rare. We found Leo Hoegen in Utrecht, he has a love for making paper and has a lot of knowledge. After some try-outs we found the right way to make the papers with the old wood. After this step we were questioning ourselves what to add on the paper, should their be a print on or not and if yes what would it be? In the end we decided to use the technique from this time-being, a computer controlled cut-machine, to draw the rings of the wooden pole. One pole (number 6) we let cut into slices, here came 44 slices out. These 44 different slices weer digitalised and brought back on the paper, drawn by the machine. This visual research is presented during the Dutch Design Week 2010 in Eindhoven at Dutch Invertuals.Dutch Invertuals presented ‘Matter of Time’, focused on the basis material of 600-year-old wood; archeological oak wood which once served as the foundation for the Eindhoven city entrance. Wendy Plomp, the initiator and curator, got in contact with the archeological institute of the municipality of Eindhoven. Discussing the urge to show the historical material but not having the capacity the institute offered Dutch Invertuals the chance to work with the unique material to convert it into contemporary pieces.Dutch Invertuals is a collective of individual designers. Together they present their work in an exhibition in which their contemporary viewpoints are expressed through images, objects, materials, insights and stories.

The participants were Carolina Wilcke, Daphna Isaacs & Laurens Manders, Edhv, Juliette Warmenhoven, Julien Carretero, Max Lipsey, Mieke Meijer, Raw Color.

www.dutchinvertuals.nl

 

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