process51

this is the process of our artwork production

process51 at wellenklaenge festival, Lunz am See (A)

  Foto: Alex de las Heras http://www.floatingvillage.at http://www.wellenklaenge.at/programm.html?id=286 Sonntag, 14. Juli 2013, 15 Uhr Vernissage LETS SINK Im Rahmen der Projektreihe floating village – in Kooperation mit der Kunstuniversität Linz, Experimentelle Gestaltung. … Continue reading

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Eleonore Artist in Residence

On board from tuesday 29th May to sunday 10th of june. Low tide in the morning, high tide in the evening, lowing tide again around 00.00 pm. Fishes, ducks, swans, … Continue reading

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nominated for Neptun Wasserpreis 2013

nominated for Neptun Wasserpreis, Kategorie: WasserKREATIV http://www.wasserpreis.info Titel: process51 Eingereicht von: Julia Hartig Projektbeschreibung: Das Kunstprojekt „process51“ zeigt den Entstehungsprozess eines schwimmenden Orientteppichs aus gebrauchten Weinkorken. Ziel des Projekts war es, ein … Continue reading

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Documentation process51 on water

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The First Presentation

Finally our carpet is finished! We went again to Eleonore for doing the presentation to our examing board from university and our fellow students. It was also the first time, we experienced … Continue reading

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day 12

Fertig! Sewing process. This video shows how we made it:      

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day 6 / 7

Already 2 square meters finished and another two in process.

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day 4

First: count how many corks of each type we have aproximately. This allows us to choose how to use them in the pattern; divide areas of colour, design all kind … Continue reading

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persian carpets

The Persian carpet (فرش‎ farsh, meaning “to spread”; sometimes قالی qāli)  is an essential part of Persian art and culture. Carpet-weaving is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished manifestations of … Continue reading

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finding a pattern

We finally decided to work on a nomadic pattern. We are designing our own, based on the structure, colors and motifs that commonly appear in nomadic and oriental carpets. There … Continue reading

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nomadic people

As part of our research into the different types of handmade carpets manufactured in Iran, nomadic ones are very much interesting for us. We realized that the way we are … Continue reading

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process51 on cork research

Cork is an amaizing material. It´s impermeable, buoyant, a prime-subset of bark tissue that is harvested for commercial use primarily from Quercus suber (the Cork Oak), which is endemic to … Continue reading

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visiting Dawari

Alex and me visited Dawari, a very authentic shop that offers a huge variety of oriental carpets in Linz. Heidemarie Dawari welcomed us very friendly. Her husband is Iranian and … Continue reading

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visiting Said Ceviz

We decided to talk to people who know a lot of oriental carpets in order of research. Said Ceviz sells Carpets, Kelims and Textile Art in his Shop at Pfarrplatz … Continue reading

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starting process51

After moving to university we decided to undo the object and to start something new. We realized there where loads of different possibilities of how to work with the idea … Continue reading

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Umzug

During the workshop we realized we would never finish our floating object for the deadline and that we also really liked it, that it had wide open possibilities. We decided … Continue reading

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Floating Village Workshop | The beginning

The Floating Village workshop took place on July 2011 in Linz, Austria. The concept was to make different and unique floating objects which would be connected to temporary flexible units. … Continue reading

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