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Artistic Research as Aesthetic Science

transcript

Heike Klussmann, Thorsten Klooster (2011): BlingCrete In: Artistic Research as Aesthetic Science, ed. Martin Tröndle, Julia Warmers, publisher: transcript, June 2011

www.transcript-verlag.de
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dmyberlin, blingcrete, katalog, klussmann

DMY Asia Tour

Catalogue

 Dys Crete,  Solarbeton, (c) Heike Klussmann,  B A U K U N S T E R F I N D E N,  Uni,  Kassel,  Foto,  Blafeld

Experimental Arts Conference

National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA) at University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney Australien

Experimental Arts Conference National Institute for Experimental Arts, Sydney (AUS), Vortrag Heike Klussmann, Thorsten Klooster

19-20 August 2011 Main Conference
17-18 August 2011 Postgraduate Conference

What is experimentation? What makes art experimental? What are the results of aesthetic experiments and why do we need them? Could artists invent new modes of experimentation with/for science? What are the differences between experiments and inventions; experiments and failures; experiment and innovation?

The Experimental Arts Conference will showcase and discuss innovative arts projects by leading practitioners, thinkers and research groups that model new forms of transdisciplinarity and offer new ways of addressing real-world issues.

Main Conference Program >>
www.niea.unsw.edu.au
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berlinalexanderplatz, kaufhofreverse, museumdieskraftwerk, heikeklussmann

Kunstmuseum Dieselkraftwerk Cottbus

BEST OF PAPA JO`S

Exhibition Best of Papa Jo`s
10.4. - 26.6.2011
Kunstmuseum Dieselkraftwerk Cottbus
blingcrete, lightreflectingconcrete, baukunsterfinden, klussmann

DMY

Berlin

BlingCrete™ at the DMY International Design Festival Berlin, 01 - 05 June 2011

www.dmy-berlin.com
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BEST OF PAPA JO`S

catalogue Kunstmuseum Dieselkraftwerk Cottbus

BEST OF PAPA JO`S. From sculpture to video art. Exhibition Catalogue Kunstmuseum Dieselkraftwerk Cottbus 2011.
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blINGCRETE™

Index

BlINGCRETE™ / extract from indexcards, 15 x 18 cm, 86 cards

Name: BlingCrete™
Characteristics: Light reflecting concrete
Substrate: High performance or ultra high
performance concrete
Substrate colours: Greyscale variety from white to anthracite and all RAL-colours
Sizes of glass beads: 0,7 mm to 7 mm, with 4 mm as a standard size (alkali-resistant)
Element shapes: Plane, angular or rounded
(concave / convex)
Surface layouts: Grid, Random, Flux

www.blingcrete.com
www.kennwert.com
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Material Revolution

birkhäuser

BlingCrete In: Material Revolution, ed. Sascha Peters, Birkhäuser Publishers, 2011

www.haute-innovation.com/magazin
 Block Magazine,  Cover

Block Magazine

London

Blocks second issue takes as its theme Façade, reflecting on and looking behind the possible readings, constructions and deceptions of the traditional front of architecture. Thorsten Klooster and Heike Klussmann consider how research into the technical properties of the edges an faces of materials, is unlocking new functional applications.

Launch of magazine 14th July 2011,
6.30 -8.30 at WORK, 10A Acton Street, London, WC1X9NG

www.blockmagazine.co.uk
www.workgallery.co.uk
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Bauwelt 35|2011

Blingcrete™

Bauwelt 35|2011 publishes an interview with Heike Klussmann and Thorsten Klooster about Blingcrete™.

www.bauwelt.de/blingcrete
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Material Vision

Frankfurt am Main

BlingCrete™
at Material Vision, Frakfurt a.M.
24 – 26 Mai 2011
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 Bling Crete,  Heike- Klussmann,  National Glass Center Sunderland

National Glass Centre

FAÇADE : THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY

In architecture the façade of a building has always been a key design feature - defining the identity, or face, of a building. This exhibition will explore through artists’ and architects’ work, how facades can be used to both reveal and conceal – and often what, upon closer scrutiny, lies beneath the surface: the tension between appearance and reality. One of the most striking architectural developments over the last 50 years has been the increasing presence of glass façades, which have become all but ubiquitous, at least in larger towns and cities, affecting both our environment and people’s lives. Firstly shops, then offices and more recently apartment blocks have been clad increasingly in ever greater expanses of glazing.

This exhibition explores some of the origins of this in the radical writings and architecture of the 1910s onwards, the subsequent development of glass technologies, and the range of its manifestations and effects since. It also throws this seeming ‘triumph of transparency’ into relief, by contrasting it with its inverse: the blank, dark or broken/blind façade in architecture. And reflecting contemporary developments, it will look at how new glazed-façade technology seems to metamorphose between the transparent and the opaque, hinting at a more ambiguous play between material surface and its depth - what lies beneath.

With: Heike Klussmann / Thorsten Klooster/ Alexander Apóstol / Foster + Partners / Gelitin / Gregor Schneider / Ian Kiaer / Jeffrey Sarmiento/ Michael Raedecker / Mossessian and Partners / Ola Kohlemainen / Phil Coy / Sauerbruch Hutton. Curated by Rob Wilson

www.nationalglasscentre.com
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Design PlusAward

BlingCrete™

BlingCrete™ receives the Design Plus Award 2011.
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 Blingcrete,  Light Reflecting Concrete,  Tunnel, infrastructure

BAU Munich

Nanotechnologie & Bionik – Hightec in der Bauwirtschaft

BLINGCRETE™ – light-reflecting concrete – is shown in the exhibition Nanotechnologie & Bionik – Hightec in der Bauwirtschaft. This exhibition presented by the German Federal Ministery of Economics and Technology BMWi at the BAU 2011 in Munich examines high-tech strategies for the construction industry.
 Universitaet- Kassel, 2014-07-15,  D4, 7769

BAU Munich

Building Art Invention

Lecture by Heike Klussmann featuring the research platform BAU KUNST ERFINDEN/ BUILDING ART INVENTION
January, 19, 3.30 pm, ICM
Location: BAU Munich 2011, ICM Munich Forum, Room 2
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WEHRHAHNLINIE DüSSELDORF
DYSCRETE™
BLINGCRETE™
ALEXANDERPLATZ
FLUIDS