Dark Crafts – Relics from a production process.

Material exploration, capturing and replicating the plaster models at The Lapidarium of Kings Copenhagen (a retirement home for sculptures). Putto’s head (cherub) and a horse head were used for reproduction. Photogrammetry was used to capture the retired plaster sculptures, and manipulated in CAD to allow mould parts to be milled out using a 3-axis CNC. …

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2015 Copenhagen Materials

Teaching module exploring materials found in and around Copenhagen. In collaboration with Vesteforbrænding (Denmark’s largest waste management and energy company) The students work with life cycle awareness and material fractions.  Continuing our local material sources the students find and analyze commonly recurring material sources, either waste materials from industry or social habits resulting in predictable …

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Untitled Bent Bars – Exploring the meaning of making, together with prison inmates

Exploration into ‘Aligned Production’, a production process in flow by Jeremy Walton 2012. Project partners: The Institution at Herstedvester Dissemination: SE-design 2012. Sculptural furniture. Thorvaldsens Museum, Copenhagen. I’ve been bending bars together with inmates working in the metal workshop at The Institution at Herstedvester in Copenhagen. Exploring what gives meaning to the maker. Trying to work out a production …

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2012 Copenhagen Materials

Teaching module exploring materials found in and around Copenhagen. In collaboration with Vesteforbrænding (Denmark’s largest waste management and energy company) The students work with life cycle awareness and material fractions. Continuing our local material sources the students find and analyze commonly recurring material sources, either waste materials from industry or social habits resulting in predictable …

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2011 Copenhagen Materials

Teaching module exploring materials found in and around Copenhagen. The students are sent out to observe and analyze commonly recurring material sources, either waste materials from industry or social habits resulting in predictable material streams within the city. These resources are then explored to create new material opportunities. With a close awareness to the ingredients …

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Line Drawings 0007. Participatory exploration predicts the final form. Within a room, a technical drawing of a chair and ceiling lamp is laid out on the side walls and the back wall using hooks.

Design by Claus Bjerre, Ditte Hammerstrøm and Jeremy Walton. 2006.
Honey I’m Home exhibition, Danish Design Centre, 2006.
Within a room, a three sided technical drawing of a chair and ceiling lamp is laid out on the side walls and the back wall using hooks. String is then used to draw within the space and the possibilities laidout by the original 2d drawing.