MUSEUM OF CRAFT AND DESIGN - KIRIA KOULA
YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS
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Museum of Craft and Design: Hands Off - New Dutch Design at the Confluence of Technology & Craft. Guest-curated by Zahid Sardar.
Designers: DaniŽl de Bruin, Raw Color, Grietje Schepers, Eric Klarenbeek, Tiddo Bakker, Martijn Koomen, Dirk Vander Kooij, Random Studios/ Petrovsky & Ramone, DUS Architects, Studio Drift, ByBorre, Mahmud Hassani & Massoud Hassani Aoife Wullur, Jůlan van der Wiel, Ted Noten, Anouk Wipprecht, Dennis Parren, Marcel Wanders.
3D printed furniture by Dirk Vander Kooij at Museum of Craft and Design.
This is a fascinating show; definitely recommended. Stop on by.
Light-dispersing chandelier by Dirk Vander Kooij.
Wind-powered bamboo minesweeper by Massoudi Hassani.
Interior of minesweeper in above image.
Robotic fashion - spidery legs extend out if intruders get too close.
Designed by Anouk Wipprecht and Philip Wilck.
Inflating/deflating gold fabric by Grietje Schepers that simulates breathing.
BB. Suit cleans & purifies the air in the immediate vicinity of the wearer.
Mechanical 3D printer by DaniŽl de Bruin.
3D printer in action in above image closer.
CMYK chandelier by Dennis Parren casts multi-colored shadows.
Chair by Eric Klarenbeek has 3D printed skin & mycelium fungus growing inside.
3D printed bowls & vases made from recycled edible leftovers by DUS Architects.
Even the unisex bathrooms are cool.
Partial exhibition view - modern Dutch design at Museum of Craft and Design.
Kiria Koula: Alejandro Cesarco; Bookstore - Angie Keefer & Sarah Demeuse
Alejandro Cesarco video art at Kiria Koula.
Video by Alejandro Cesarco.
Alejandro Cesarco video art.
Art by Angie Keefer & Sarah Demeuse.
Barely discernible art by Angie Keefer & Sarah Demeuse on wall, center.
Barely discernible art in above image closer.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Room for Big Ideas: Conceiving Place - Mable Negrete/Counter Narrative Society
Counter Narrative Society transforms the Room for Big Ideas into something called an "urban research lab" at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. It's billed as a "social experience."
Here's a Big Idea: Put on a show that has at least a remote resemblance to art.
This exhibition program has officially lost its way.