EMERGING TALENTS PROGRAM
PORTFOLIO REVIEW
 

Wednesday 18 April

11 AM, 2 PM, 5 PM

The portfolio review takes the format of a fifteen-minute presentation and a twenty-minute conversation around each student's work, with a jury of experts and influential figures from the design world. These reviews will be open to the public, and coffee will be served. Hosted in the courtyard of Palazzo Clerici, the open structure of Atelier LUMA will propose a different layout according to the nature of each student's presentation: some projects use staged objects, whilst others communicate through a roundtable discussion or screenings.

Jury may be subject to change


SESSION 1
 11AM

 
 

Jury

Jan Boelen

Michel Carlot

Aric Chen

Valentina Ciuffi

Federico Martelli

Justin McGuirk

Guta Moura Guedes

Deniz Ova

Tad Toulis

Talents

Zahra Hosseini — Royal College of Arts
A fashion collection that expresses the struggle for the new Muslim female identity.

Audrey Large — Design Academy Eindhoven
Objects that are images and images that are objects.  

Rona Zinger — Bezalel
A study on obsolescent written communication methods versus current digital communication replacements.


SESSION 2
2PM

Jury

Nate Clark

Stefan Diez

Joseph Grima

Rolf Hay

Paola Nicolin

Italo Rota
 

 

Talents

Victor Alge — Konstfack
Inflated animal skins find a new use as furniture

Virginie Tan — LCC
Materialising the mechanical mouse’s actions and gestures into tangible objects

Jules Mas — ECAL
A football shoe that reflects on the way we use plastics, and the unexploited possibilities offered by a common material part of our everyday life.


SESSION 3
5PM

Jury

Guus Beumer

Stefano Boeri

Mette Hay

Zoe Ryan

Clemens Weisshaar

Nina Yashar

Talents

Magda Gasiorowska, Justyna Strociak — FORM
An elastic fabric sleeve with a system of airtight chambers to support proper activity of the bodies lymphatic system.

Emma Pflieger — HEAD - Geneve
Symbolic manipulations and the construction of ideological and political meaning by corporations.

Nicola Baratto, Yiannis Mouravas — Sandberg Institute
The practice of archaeo-dreaming to advance experiential strategies to face the complex time we live in.