CHI 2018

Troy Nachtigall presented a Case Study,  Late Breaking Work and attended a workshop at the 2018 Computer Human Interaction conference in Montreal, Canada. While at the Conference I had the chance to interact with many of my heroes in the field of Design.  This included an epic workshop called Disruptive Improvisations where I presented an improvisation in knitwear…

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All senses touched when staging a smelly atmosphere

A different presentation, touching all the senses, was recently performed by two doctoral students within the European research network ArcInTexETN. The doctoral students Jyoti Kapur, placed at the Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås, Sweden, and Justė Pečiulytė, placed at the Vilnius Academy of Arts, made a collaborative entry, bridging distinctive viewpoints from their…

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Making Everyday Futures

Troy had the unique opportunity to work with Dr. Jacqueline Naismith of the College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwharang. Together we made space suits imagining what a public park in space might be like.  The resulting publication is available at http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/everydayfutures/resources/artefact-blogs/6/  and reprinted here: Zero G° Choreographies Troy Nachtigall, Department of Industrial Design, Wearable Senses Lab, TU Eindhoven…

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Interior performance – workshop at ArtVilnius17′

Juste Peciulyte (ESR9) directed two workshop-performance sessions named ‘Interior performance’ at ARTVILNIUS 17′  International Contemporary Art Fair (June 8 – June 11, 2017). As a part of her research methodology she has been setting ‘staging sessions’ in diverse contexts and circumstances. This time during ARTVILNIUS17′, under Malunu 5  (exhibition space at Vilnius Academy of Arts) educational programme…

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Colloquium in Berlin

ArcInTexETN researchers Ramyah Gowrishankar (Design Research Lab) and Iva Rešetar (Digital and Experimental Design) participated in 3rd Colloquium for doctoral candidates at Berlin University of the Arts. The event, hosted by BAS and Design Transfer, gave us an opportunity to present ongoing research projects and engage in the public discussion in a cross-disciplinary setting. We…

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