‘Fractus’ at artisan by QUT Students
A set of Fruit Pixels from my Bloom Series 2009 were featured as part of The Window Project at artisan: idea skill product, in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.
The Window Project is a partnership conceived by the QUT School of Design Interior Design discipline and artisan, to provide opportunities for students to work collaboratively on small scale retail and exhibition design projects. artisan
The display concept for Fractus was formulated by QUT School of Design students:
Inspired by Christina Waterson’s Bloom series, ‘Fractus’ is a celebration of geometry and nature, expressing the symbiotic relationship of intricate interlocking male and female pairings to make new forms. Predominantly produced from corflute, a material used by the artist in prototyping, this installation highlights the beauty and complexities of repetition, patterning and layering created by the artist in her folding and weaving process.
Nice work and great to work with the QUT Students!
The ‘Fractus’ Design Team included Jonathan Morehen (Architecture student), Vanessa Parker (Interior Design student), Karlee Blackburn (Interior Design student), Rebecca Shaw (Interior Design student), Rachael Gwaro (Interior Design student) and Natalie Wright (Lecturer in Interior Design).
Check out Reboot: Function, Fashion and the Sneaker a great exhibition that opened at artisan: idea skill product on the same night!
You can actually bid on the customised Converse Blank Canvas Project boots online. Special!