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Jochen Eisenbrand about Exhibition Design and "Hidden Heroes"



Admission is free, registration essentialin English+35316786144hello@irishdesign2015.ieLecture and ExhibitionTalkAs part of the programme of the Year of Irish Design (ID2015) leading designers from Britain, German, Italy and Spain will give public lectures and hold masterclasses throughout 2015 organised by EUNIC Ireland.EUNIC, the network of European Union national institutes for culture, have teamed up with ID2015 to showcase examples of the latest designs from Europe. Throughout the year EUNIC members British Council, Goethe-Institut, Instituto Cervantes and Istituto Italiano di Cultura will present a wide range of design ideas and practices in Europe from product design to furniture, from fashion to jewellery.After the successful start of the lectures, talks and masterclasses series of EUNIC@ID2015 with British designers Barber & Osgerby in March and the well-received contributions from Italian jewellery designer Gisella Bianco and Spanish designer Martí Guixé in May, Dr Jochen Eisenbrand, Chief Curator of Vitra Design Museum and Curator of the exhibition “Hidden Heroes – The Genius of Everyday Things” will talk about exhibition design in June 2015.12 June 2015, 2:30 pmChester Beatty Library, Dublin CastleOn 12 June 2015 he will hold a keynote lecture for the seminar “Designing Exhibitions: Exhibiting Design” in the Chester Beatty Library. Focusing on the collaborative process of producing exhibitions, the seminar will focus on working with multidisciplinary teams to create the narration of the exhibition vision as well as ensuring the design engages audiences and considering the logistics of an international tour programme.Admission to the seminar is free, but booking essential: designing-exhibitions.eventbrite.ie13 June 2015, 12 noonCoach House, Dublin CastleOn 13 June 2015 Jochen Eisenbrand will talk about finding the genius in design for the everyday in the Coach House in Dublin Castle. Classic design may be thought of as simplicity of form and economy of materials, but what makes design truly genius? How often is something new designed that is so useful, that it will become part of people's lives across the world? Jochen Eisenbrand will discuss te selection of the 35 hero design objects celebrated in the exhibition “Hidden Heros”, exploring what criteria he was seeking when selecting the designs.Admission to the exhibition talk is free, but booking essential: whatmakesdesigngenius.eventbrite.ieIn co-operation with the Goethe-Institut IrlandFurther talks and masterclasses as part of EUNIC@ID2015:23-25 September 2015Philipp Mainzer, Architecture and Product Design, Oktober 2015Anne Trautwein and Anja Schneemann, Fashion Design, About EUNIC involvement in ID2015A wide range of design ideas and practices in Europe will be presented by EUNIC members British Council, Goethe-Institut, Instituto Cervantes and Istituto Italiano di Cultura during Irish Design 2015. About EUNICEUNIC members work in over 150 countries with over 2,000 branches and thousands of local partners. They work in the arts, language, youth, education, science, intercultural dialogue and development sectors. EUNIC’s mission is to promote European values and to contribute to cultural diversity inside and outside of the EU, through collaboration between European cultural institutes around the world. EUNIC’s aim is to expand the role of culture in Europe, and to strengthen cultural dialogue, exchange and sustainable cooperation with countries outside the EU. About Irish Design 2015Irish Design 2015 (ID2015) is the start of a job creation journey exploring, promoting and celebrating Irish design and designers through events and activities on the island of Ireland and internationally. ID2015 is being convened by the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland, in collaboration with partner organisations on behalf of the Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Enterprise Ireland.


Data: Ven 12 Giu 2015

Ingresso : Libero