Exhibition with Na Space, Shanghai

《来回》To Return

Contemporary Artist and Designer Exhibition with Na Space in Shanghai

策展人Curator | 宋涛 Song Tao

2019.09.08 — 2019.09.11

Shanghai Hongqiao National Convention & Exhibition Center | Booth A3

《来回》To Return

Contemporary Artist and Designer Exhibition with Na Space in Shanghai

策展人Curator | 宋涛 Song Tao

2019.09.08 — 2019.09.11

Shanghai Hongqiao National Convention & Exhibition Center | Booth A3


Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion, Hong Kong

Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion

Heritage is innovation

DTFS 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Exhibition explores definitions of heritage, conservation and critical making through design. In its third iteration, the collective community of Design Trust Futures Studio (DTFS) has been creating new, site-specific objects inspired by the old 1936 Haw Par Mansion, heritage archives in Hong Kong and new methods of craft and making by exhibition partners, Tai Ping.

On view at Haw Par will be a culmination of site-specific objects by Hong Kong based designers, who have been involved in the Design Trust foundation as grant recipients and designer mentees during the past years.

DTFS 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Exhibition

Date : 2019.9.13 (Fri) – 30 (Mon)
Location : Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Rd, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

A series of guided tours, workshops and design dialogue will be presented during the exhibition period, sharing with the community how design and innovation can empower our collective heritage. All events are free of charge. Stay tuned for more details!

RSVP only please register here :
Public Tours *

Date : 2019.09.13 (Fri), 15 (Sun), 18 (Wed), 22 (Sun), 27 (Fri)
Time : 12pm – 1pm
Location: Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

*Limited capacity, first-come first-serve basis

Curators, Mentors and Partners: Alexander Groves & Azusa Murakami (Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier, Douglas Young (Goods of Desire), Frank Leung & Irene Lai (via.), Ho Puay-Peng, Hunter Tura, Lyndon Neri & Rosanna Hu (Neri & Hu), Michael Young, Roger Wu (Haw Par Music), Michelle Chu (Tai Ping) and Marisa Yiu (Design Trust).

Designer Mentees: Adonian Chan, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Florian Wegenast & Christine Lew, Ire Tsui, Michael Leung & Rony Chan, Julie Progin & Jesse Mc Lin, Polly Ho & Andy Wong, Sharon Tsang-de Lyster, Xavier Tsang

Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion

Heritage is innovation

DTFS 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Exhibition explores definitions of heritage, conservation and critical making through design. In its third iteration, the collective community of Design Trust Futures Studio (DTFS) has been creating new, site-specific objects inspired by the old 1936 Haw Par Mansion, heritage archives in Hong Kong and new methods of craft and making by exhibition partners, Tai Ping.

On view at Haw Par will be a culmination of site-specific objects by Hong Kong based designers, who have been involved in the Design Trust foundation as grant recipients and designer mentees during the past years.

DTFS 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Exhibition

Date : 2019.9.13 (Fri) – 30 (Mon)
Location : Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Rd, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

A series of guided tours, workshops and design dialogue will be presented during the exhibition period, sharing with the community how design and innovation can empower our collective heritage. All events are free of charge. Stay tuned for more details!

RSVP only please register here :
Public Tours *

Date : 2019.09.13 (Fri), 15 (Sun), 18 (Wed), 22 (Sun), 27 (Fri)
Time : 12pm – 1pm
Location: Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

*Limited capacity, first-come first-serve basis

Curators, Mentors and Partners: Alexander Groves & Azusa Murakami (Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier, Douglas Young (Goods of Desire), Frank Leung & Irene Lai (via.), Ho Puay-Peng, Hunter Tura, Lyndon Neri & Rosanna Hu (Neri & Hu), Michael Young, Roger Wu (Haw Par Music), Michelle Chu (Tai Ping) and Marisa Yiu (Design Trust).

Designer Mentees: Adonian Chan, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Florian Wegenast & Christine Lew, Ire Tsui, Michael Leung & Rony Chan, Julie Progin & Jesse Mc Lin, Polly Ho & Andy Wong, Sharon Tsang-de Lyster, Xavier Tsang


Upcoming exhibition at Chandran Gallery, San Francisco

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

As part of the Co-creating Hong Kong design exhibition organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) and funded by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in San Francisco, Julie & Jesse is showing their latest installation of 24 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Featuring 14 unique projects by Hong Kong’s leading and emerging creative talent, “Co-creating Hong Kong” illustrates how design can foster innovation and bring new perspectives on technology, sustainability, and community.

The exhibition experience starts with interactive technology-oriented projects, leading into sustainability and community’s works. All of the works are supplemented with captions and behind-the-scene materials supplied by participating designers to offer a multi-layered experience.

Co-creation refers to the design process, and their collaborative synergies in carving out Hong Kong’s unique character. It also reinforces Hong Kong’s continual creative collaboration with a dynamic range of cities and countries.

Through an array of design projects and its behind-the-scene stories, design is illustrated as a co-creative methodology to create experiences for forging new dialogues across disciplines, craft and technology, history and the future and diverse communities.

This exhibition is co-hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre with the support of AIGA San Francisco – the professional association for design.

Where
Chandran Gallery
459 Geary St, San Francisco, California 94102

When
September 15-21

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

As part of the Co-creating Hong Kong design exhibition organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) and funded by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in San Francisco, Julie & Jesse is showing their latest installation of 24 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Featuring 14 unique projects by Hong Kong’s leading and emerging creative talent, “Co-creating Hong Kong” illustrates how design can foster innovation and bring new perspectives on technology, sustainability, and community.

The exhibition experience starts with interactive technology-oriented projects, leading into sustainability and community’s works. All of the works are supplemented with captions and behind-the-scene materials supplied by participating designers to offer a multi-layered experience.

Co-creation refers to the design process, and their collaborative synergies in carving out Hong Kong’s unique character. It also reinforces Hong Kong’s continual creative collaboration with a dynamic range of cities and countries.

Through an array of design projects and its behind-the-scene stories, design is illustrated as a co-creative methodology to create experiences for forging new dialogues across disciplines, craft and technology, history and the future and diverse communities.

This exhibition is co-hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre with the support of AIGA San Francisco – the professional association for design.

Where
Chandran Gallery
459 Geary St, San Francisco, California 94102

When
September 15-21


XXVth International Ceramic Biennale Vallauris, Photos

XXVème Biennale Internationale de céramique contemporaine, Vallauris

Musée Magnelli

Extremely proud to be showing two of our pieces at the Musée Magnelli in Vallauris for the XXVth International Ceramic Biennale.

We want to thank the jury of the competition, Italian architect and designer Michele De LucchiClaude Aïello, ceramic artist, Frédéric Bodet, curator at the Patrimoine , Claudia Casali, director of MIC in Faenza, Kristin Mac Kirdy, ceramic artist, Frédéric Paul, curator at Centre national Georges Pompidou and Emmanuel Tibloux, director of de l’EnsAD for selecting Fragment(s), series 02, vase 03 and Déshabillé, series 02, vase 02.

The Biennale will be opened until November 4th 2019 so head to Vallauris this summer to see the amazing work exhibited.

XXVème Biennale Internationale de céramique contemporaine, Vallauris

Musée Magnelli

Extremely proud to be showing two of our pieces at the Musée Magnelli in Vallauris for the XXVth International Ceramic Biennale.

We want to thank the jury of the competition, Italian architect and designer Michele De LucchiClaude Aïello, ceramic artist, Frédéric Bodet, curator at the Patrimoine , Claudia Casali, director of MIC in Faenza, Kristin Mac Kirdy, ceramic artist, Frédéric Paul, curator at Centre national Georges Pompidou and Emmanuel Tibloux, director of de l’EnsAD for selecting Fragment(s), series 02, vase 03 and Déshabillé, series 02, vase 02.

The Biennale will be opened until November 4th 2019 so head to Vallauris this summer to see the amazing work exhibited.


Exhibition at Musée Magnelli, Vallauris

XXVth Biennale Internationale de Vallauris

Exhibition at Musée Magnelli, Vallauris

Making our way to the XXVth Biennale Internationale de Vallauris where two of our pieces will show at the Musée Magnelli. The Biennale opens this Saturday 29th of June and will last until November 4th. So if you are in the South of France, go and check it out. There is an amazing program with multiple exhibitions and happenings.

XXVth Biennale Internationale de Vallauris

Exhibition at Musée Magnelli, Vallauris

Making our way to the XXVth Biennale Internationale de Vallauris where two of our pieces will show at the Musée Magnelli. The Biennale opens this Saturday 29th of June and will last until November 4th. So if you are in the South of France, go and check it out. There is an amazing program with multiple exhibitions and happenings.


Exhibition at Na Space, Jingdezhen, Photos

《来回》To Return

当代艺术家作品展暨 na space 开幕

Contemporary Artists Exhibition & opening of na space

Very proud to have been showing at the newly opened Na Space in an exhibition curated by 宋涛. The show is up until July 06, 2019. So if you are in Jingdezhen please do go visit.

《来回》To Return

当代艺术家作品展暨 na space 开幕

Contemporary Artists Exhibition & opening of na space

Very proud to have been showing at the newly opened Na Space in an exhibition curated by 宋涛. The show is up until July 06, 2019. So if you are in Jingdezhen please do go visit.


Exhibition at Na Space, Jingdezhen

《来回》To Return

当代艺术家作品展暨 na space 开幕

Contemporary Artists Exhibition & opening of na space

策展人Curator | 宋涛

 

开幕时间Opening | 6月6日 16:30

2019.6.06 — 2019.7.06

《来回》To Return

当代艺术家作品展暨 na space 开幕

Contemporary Artists Exhibition & opening of na space

策展人Curator | 宋涛

开幕时间Opening | 6月6日 16:30

2019.6.06 — 2019.7.06


Exhibition of prototypes for “Heritage is Innovation”

Heritage is Innovation

Design Trust Futures Studio 2019

Proud to be a part of the Design Trust Futures Studio 2019 looking at the theme “Heritage is Innovation”. March 25th 2019 we presented miniatures and prototype sketches of our future project about Tiger Balm Gardens at Haw Par Mansion.

“In 2019, the theme and concept of Design Trust Futures Studio (DTFS) is ‘HERITAGE IS INNOVATION’. With this focus, DTFS 2019 curates new conversations and site-specific objects with Hong Kong-based designers, many of whom have been involved in Design Trust as grant recipients and designer mentees over the past years. Check out our Design Prototypes Preview at the historic 1936 Haw Par Mansion in Tai Hang, and explore how they can extend to other cultures and communities beyond Hong Kong.”

Taking on the alternate role of contemporary archaeologists, alchemists and designers we are experimenting with ceramic and textile in the making of sculptural objects to incite visitors of Haw Par Mansion to look, travel, wander and dwell into a reinterpreted microcosm of the lost Tiger Balm Gardens.
Called “Terra Mobile”, our project contains multi-layered narratives that explore with wit and nuance the didactic, sculptural, unconventional yet traditional qualities of Aw Boon Haw’s visionary wonderland.
Investigating the possibilities of using waste threads from Tai Ping’s production line in the making of a new clay body we intend to fashion a cognitive, playful and poetic rendition of the garden’s landscape elements tracing their lineage to weave a thread between past, present and future and activate the gardens of Haw Par Mansion.

Designers: Adonian Chan (Co-founder, Trilingua Design), Elaine Yan Ling Ng (Founder, The Fabrick Lab), Florian Wegenast and Christine Lew (Co-founder, Studio Florian + Christine), Ire Tsui, Michael Leung and Rony Chan (Co-founders, Design*Lab), Julie Progin and Jesse Mclin (Co-founders, Julie & Jesse), Polly Ho and Andy Wong (Co-founders, Loom Loop), Sharon de Lyster (Founder, Narrative Made), and Xavier Tsang (Founder, BeCandle)

Mentors: Alexander Groves and Azusa Murakami(Co-founders, Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier (Senior Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum), Douglas Young(CEO & Co-founder, GOD), Hunter Tura (President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Mau Design), Irene Lai and Frank Leung (Director and Founder/ Principal via.), Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu (Founding Partners, Neri and Hu), Michael Young (Founder, Michael Young Studio) and Puay-Peng Ho (Head of Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore)

Programme partner: Tai Ping, and advisor Roger Wu (Executive Director, Project Development, Haw Par Music Foundation).

Photo courtesy of Design Trust

Heritage is Innovation

Design Trust Futures Studio 2019

Proud to be a part of the Design Trust Futures Studio 2019 looking at the theme “Heritage is Innovation”. March 25th 2019 we presented miniatures and prototype sketches of our future project about Tiger Balm Gardens at Haw Par Mansion.

“In 2019, the theme and concept of Design Trust Futures Studio (DTFS) is ‘HERITAGE IS INNOVATION’. With this focus, DTFS 2019 curates new conversations and site-specific objects with Hong Kong-based designers, many of whom have been involved in Design Trust as grant recipients and designer mentees over the past years. Check out our Design Prototypes Preview at the historic 1936 Haw Par Mansion in Tai Hang, and explore how they can extend to other cultures and communities beyond Hong Kong.”

Taking on the alternate role of contemporary archaeologists, alchemists and designers we are experimenting with ceramic and textile in the making of sculptural objects to incite visitors of Haw Par Mansion to look, travel, wander and dwell into a reinterpreted microcosm of the lost Tiger Balm Gardens.
Called “Terra Mobile”, our project contains multi-layered narratives that explore with wit and nuance the didactic, sculptural, unconventional yet traditional qualities of Aw Boon Haw’s visionary wonderland.
Investigating the possibilities of using waste threads from Tai Ping’s production line in the making of a new clay body we intend to fashion a cognitive, playful and poetic rendition of the garden’s landscape elements tracing their lineage to weave a thread between past, present and future and activate the gardens of Haw Par Mansion.

Designers: Adonian Chan (Co-founder, Trilingua Design), Elaine Yan Ling Ng (Founder, The Fabrick Lab), Florian Wegenast and Christine Lew (Co-founder, Studio Florian + Christine), Ire Tsui, Michael Leung and Rony Chan (Co-founders, Design*Lab), Julie Progin and Jesse Mclin (Co-founders, Julie & Jesse), Polly Ho and Andy Wong (Co-founders, Loom Loop), Sharon de Lyster (Founder, Narrative Made), and Xavier Tsang (Founder, BeCandle)

Mentors: Alexander Groves and Azusa Murakami(Co-founders, Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier (Senior Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum), Douglas Young(CEO & Co-founder, GOD), Hunter Tura (President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Mau Design), Irene Lai and Frank Leung (Director and Founder/ Principal via.), Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu (Founding Partners, Neri and Hu), Michael Young (Founder, Michael Young Studio) and Puay-Peng Ho (Head of Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore)

Programme partner: Tai Ping, and advisor Roger Wu (Executive Director, Project Development, Haw Par Music Foundation).

Photo courtesy of Design Trust


“Heritage is Innovation”, design dialogue, the photos

Design Trust Futures Studio 2019 “Heritage is Innovation”

Design Dialogue

Proud to have been a part of the design dialogue about how heritage and identity plays into design.

Designers: Adonian Chan (Co-founder, Trilingua Design), Elaine Yan Ling Ng (Founder, The Fabrick Lab), Florian Wegenast and Christine Lew (Co-founder, Studio Florian + Christine), Ire Tsui, Michael Leung and Rony Chan (Co-founders, Design*Lab), Julie Progin and Jesse Mclin (Co-founders, Julie & Jesse), Polly Ho and Andy Wong (Co-founders, Loom Loop), Sharon de Lyster (Founder, Narrative Made), and Xavier Tsang (Founder, BeCandle)

Mentors: Alexander Groves and Azusa Murakami(Co-founders, Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier (Senior Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum), Douglas Young(CEO & Co-founder, GOD), Hunter Tura (President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Mau Design), Irene Lai and Frank Leung (Director and Founder/ Principal via.), Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu (Founding Partners, Neri and Hu), Michael Young (Founder, Michael Young Studio) and Puay-Peng Ho (Head of Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore)

Programme partner: Tai Ping, and advisor Roger Wu (Executive Director, Project Development, Haw Par Music Foundation).

Photo courtesy of Design Trust

Design Trust Futures Studio 2019 “Heritage is Innovation”

Design Dialogue

Proud to have been a part of the design dialogue about how heritage and identity plays into design.

Designers: Adonian Chan (Co-founder, Trilingua Design), Elaine Yan Ling Ng (Founder, The Fabrick Lab), Florian Wegenast and Christine Lew (Co-founder, Studio Florian + Christine), Ire Tsui, Michael Leung and Rony Chan (Co-founders, Design*Lab), Julie Progin and Jesse Mclin (Co-founders, Julie & Jesse), Polly Ho and Andy Wong (Co-founders, Loom Loop), Sharon de Lyster (Founder, Narrative Made), and Xavier Tsang (Founder, BeCandle)

Mentors: Alexander Groves and Azusa Murakami(Co-founders, Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier (Senior Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum), Douglas Young(CEO & Co-founder, GOD), Hunter Tura (President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Mau Design), Irene Lai and Frank Leung (Director and Founder/ Principal via.), Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu (Founding Partners, Neri and Hu), Michael Young (Founder, Michael Young Studio) and Puay-Peng Ho (Head of Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore)

Programme partner: Tai Ping, and advisor Roger Wu (Executive Director, Project Development, Haw Par Music Foundation).

Photo courtesy of Design Trust


Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion, Hong Kong

Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion

Heritage is innovation

Join us at Design Trust Futures Studio 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Guided Tours at Haw Par Mansion! Come see the creations and prototypes of the DTFS 2019 Mentees and join the conversation on the importance and role Heritage plays in Hong Kong culture.

Thu 28 Mar: 1-2pm
Fri 29 Mar: 7-8pm
Sat 30 Mar: 1-2pm
Sun 31 Mar: 1-2pm

RSVP only please register here: https://bit.ly/2HD8CtZ*Limited capacity, first-come first-serve basis

Designers: Adonian Chan (Co-founder, Trilingua Design), Elaine Yan Ling Ng (Founder, The Fabrick Lab), Florian Wegenast and Christine Lew (Co-founder, Studio Florian + Christine), Ire Tsui, Michael Leung and Rony Chan (Co-founders, Design*Lab), Julie Progin and Jesse Mclin (Co-founders, Julie & Jesse), Polly Ho and Andy Wong (Co-founders, Loom Loop), Sharon de Lyster (Founder, Narrative Made), and Xavier Tsang (Founder, BeCandle)

Mentors: Alexander Groves and Azusa Murakami(Co-founders, Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier (Senior Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum), Douglas Young(CEO & Co-founder, GOD), Hunter Tura (President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Mau Design), Irene Lai and Frank Leung (Director and Founder/ Principal via.), Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu (Founding Partners, Neri and Hu), Michael Young (Founder, Michael Young Studio) and Puay-Peng Ho (Head of Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore)

Programme partner: Tai Ping, and advisor Roger Wu (Executive Director, Project Development, Haw Par Music Foundation).

Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion

Heritage is innovation

Join us at Design Trust Futures Studio 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Guided Tours at Haw Par Mansion! Come see the creations and prototypes of the DTFS 2019 Mentees and join the conversation on the importance and role Heritage plays in Hong Kong culture.

Thu 28 Mar: 1-2pm
Fri 29 Mar: 7-8pm
Sat 30 Mar: 1-2pm
Sun 31 Mar: 1-2pm

RSVP only please register here: https://bit.ly/2HD8CtZ*Limited capacity, first-come first-serve basis

Designers: Adonian Chan (Co-founder, Trilingua Design), Elaine Yan Ling Ng (Founder, The Fabrick Lab), Florian Wegenast and Christine Lew (Co-founder, Studio Florian + Christine), Ire Tsui, Michael Leung and Rony Chan (Co-founders, Design*Lab), Julie Progin and Jesse Mclin (Co-founders, Julie & Jesse), Polly Ho and Andy Wong (Co-founders, Loom Loop), Sharon de Lyster (Founder, Narrative Made), and Xavier Tsang (Founder, BeCandle)

Mentors: Alexander Groves and Azusa Murakami(Co-founders, Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier (Senior Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum), Douglas Young(CEO & Co-founder, GOD), Hunter Tura (President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Mau Design), Irene Lai and Frank Leung (Director and Founder/ Principal via.), Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu (Founding Partners, Neri and Hu), Michael Young (Founder, Michael Young Studio) and Puay-Peng Ho (Head of Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore)

Programme partner: Tai Ping, and advisor Roger Wu (Executive Director, Project Development, Haw Par Music Foundation).