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学生重新想象过去的设计进入新形式

发表于2020年6月23日

学生从 澳门太阳城 have collaborated with V&A 邓迪 to create a collection of writing and art inspired by the museum and its galleries.

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学生从 澳门太阳城 have collaborated with V&A 邓迪 to create a collection of writing and art inspired by the museum and its galleries.

学生从 插图溴二苯醚 degree programme in Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design and the School of Humanities Creative Writing & Practice MLitt 探索设计是如何过去可以在第一次安装重新想象未来 这些窗口, a collaborative publishing project between the University and V&A 邓迪.

苏格兰发现的第一个设计博物馆内的灵感,作家和艺术家们走到一起,产生工作展示的散文和诗歌与定制艺术作品相结合的片段的集合,强调过去的设计中如何点燃想象力和影响力的创造性工作的新作品。

“This online collection is part of a short-term publishing project which will also produce a limited-edition chapbook of writing and art created by 澳门太阳城 students, inspired by V&A 邓迪,” said project manager Hannah Whaley.

“编写,并且在当天产生的草图的碎片已经成长为印刷和在线收藏令人兴奋的合作。”她继续说。 “这是有趣的,看看如何博物馆画廊和展览启发学生创造新的工作,其中的文字和图片放大对方。”

学生们 were invited to visit V&A 邓迪 earlier this year, where they wandered the wider museum and learned about the Scottish Design Galleries through a guided tour and an object handling session before applying their creative practices to explore real and imagined spaces.

“我们的作家和艺术家选择其中持有最强的连接他们和使用的讨论和物理相互作用为自己的创造性思维和探索的起点的对象。”汉娜说。

“看到第一手的好奇心和研究如何巩固新的写作和艺术证明了探索文化可以有创造性实践的价值,在这种情况下专门设计的广泛的历史和其相关的日常生活。

“这些窗口提供了难得的一瞥参与reimagining过去的设计进入新形式的创造性和肯定的内在文化价值是珍贵的博物馆画廊提供的全部。”

这些窗户的网上收集,精选的 艺术的澳门太阳城评论, is a pre-cursor to the print collection which was originally to be released in June but has been delayed due to the current coronavirus situation. Later this year, different pieces from the project will be published by The Voyage Out Press as a fine art word-and-image chapbook called 这些窗口, to be launched at an event at V&A 邓迪 and sold in the museum shop.

The project was also extended by work of students at Merton College Oxford who contributed pieces based on the V&A in London.

这些窗口 has been supported and funded by V&A 邓迪, Saltire Society Scotland, Royal Society of Edinburgh, Merton College Oxford.

DOI: //doi.org/10.20933/100001159

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