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[Past Event] Melbourne Design Week 2024: SKIP

En

Saturday 25 May
Sunday 26 May
Saturday 1 June
Sunday 2 June
10am – 2pm

Dónde

Providence
PG2 Studio

Coste

Free event, no booking required

Página web

ghostwares.com.au/

Datos de contacto

Correo electrónico

En

Saturday 25 May
Sunday 26 May
Saturday 1 June
Sunday 2 June
10am – 2pm

Dónde

Providence
PG2 Studio

Coste

Free event, no booking required

Página web

ghostwares.com.au/

Datos de contacto

Correo electrónico

Not many people have encountered a lake and not thrown a stone in it. And where skipping stones come into play – it is now even a competitive sport.

The physics behind it is simply Newton’s third law, where ‘For every action there is equal and opposite reaction..

The reactive force (lift) on the stone is equal in magnitude and opposite in direction from the force that the stone exerts on the water. As long as the lift is greater than the force exerted by stone, the stone will bounce.With every collision with the water energy is dissipated, the height of skips keep decreasing and when the initial kinetic energy is fully dissipated the stone sinks.

Where the path of a skipping stone is best captured in motion, we wanted to capture it in situ through the medium of unconventional florals. In this form, the path is living and thriving, creating an imprint long after the stone has path. At its core, the exhibition provides a perspective that blurs the lines of landscape and physics.

 

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Tweed Twigs

It started with flowers and will always be flowers. Tweed Twigs, helmed by Graham Ho is a multidisciplinary practice that explores architectural space-making through the medium of flowers. By creating an experience that elicits an emotional connection, the practice feeds of the experience as an architect to redefine space and scale through floral design. Through designing for the senses, Tweed Twigs is driven by their collective human experience – challenging the way we see flora through interaction, expectation and intention.

 

Objetos fantasma

Ghost Wares es un estudio de cerámica con sede en Melbourne que hace hincapié en la creación de objetos elegantes pero divertidos. Todos los productos se fabrican a mano, lo que permite una gama de piezas complementarias en constante evolución. Ghost Wares se esfuerza por crear productos contemporáneos con un toque de sobriedad atemporal.

 

Accesibilidad

Providence es accesible en silla de ruedas.