Esittelemme seminaarissa ja näyttelyssä hankkeen tulokset ja sen aikana tehdyt projektit. Ilmoittaudu seminaariin viimeistään 15.3.2017
projektipäällikkö Tuiti Pajulle sähköpostilla firstname.lastname@example.org .
NEWSILK, The New Road to Silk: Bio-based production of silk-like materials 2017-2020
Biotechnical production of silk and the engineering of materials properties of silk offers large possibilities for industrial development. Our aim is that silk-like materials, including spider web proteins and other related fibrous proteins, will form a basis for high performance materials in the future. Our consortium combines three areas: Biotechnology (Aalto CHEM), Polymer Chemistry (Helsinki University) and Art & Design (Aalto ARTS). This combination of groups will develop and strengthen multi- and interdisciplinary research collaboration and lead to new ways of doing science. In our project we integrate the experimental design process in research where biological production and polymer chemistry is used to create new materials that answer to tomorrow’s requirements for materials. Funding comes from Academy of Finland, Biofuture programme 2017-2020.
4 iltaa keskusteluja TEKSTIILIN ajankohtaisista asioista, uusista suuntauksista, ja muutoksen tuulista.
Avoin kaikille. Osallistu! TERVETULOA.
Paikka Mediafactoryn auditorio, Aalto ARTS, Hämeentie 135A, 3krs (Huom. sisäänkäynti Arabiakeskuksen puolelta, josta myös esim. Arabia/Iittalan myymälään)
12.9. klo 16-18 Tekstiilimateriaalien tutkimus ja uudet innovaatiot
Tutkimusprofessori Ali Harlin VTT
Professori Kirsi Niinimäki, Fashion/Textiles FUTURES tutkimusryhmä, Aalto yliopisto
Designer in Recidence Pirjo Kääriäinen, CHEMARTS, DWoC, Aalto yliopisto
10.10. klo 16-18 Experimental textile art
Textile Artist and PhD Barbara Jansen from Sweden, Exploration of the interaction between textiles, light, movement and time
Textile Artist Silja Puranen; The textile in textile art
7.11. klo 16-18 Uusia tuulia tekstiilisuunnittelun pedagogiikkaan ja kokeellinen materiaaliopetus
Adjunt Professor Maarit Salolainen, Aalto yliopisto
Designer in Recidence Pirjo Kääriäinen, Aalto yliopisto
12.12. klo 16-18 Globaali tekstiili Kiinan näkökulmasta
Professori Emerita Helena Hyvönen, Aalto yliopisto, Vise Dean in Shanghai International College of Fashion and Innovation, Donghua University
Informative blog if you are interested in the collaboration between design and sciences. It is managed by our member Carlos Peralta.
MA Maarit Aakko will defend her dissertation Fashion In-between. Artisanal Design and Production of Fashion on Friday 19 August 2016 at Aalto University School of Art and Design, Hämeentie 135C, 8th floor (the big lecture hall, 822).
Central Baltic Fashion Seed is a new
project initiated by Art Academy of Latvia
in collaboration with Aalto University and
Tallinn Incubator. It aims to explore the
possibilities of sustainable fashion business
in the Baltic Sea region, and prepare further
project application(s) for EU funding
programmes. The project is part-financed
by the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
(EUSBSR) Seed Money Facility, and it runs
from April 2016 to March 2017.
Can design process make technology more human while innovating crafts? Kristi will share the insights from working with smart textiles, where the hard technology meets soft textiles. She will explain the craft and sustainability qualities refined through her PhD research
-Date: Wednesday 15th of June 13-15
-Location: Aalto University Arabia campus Room 6088
Kristi Kuusk works on bridging textiles and technology in smart textile projects at Spell disain. She is looking for new ways for textiles and fashion to be more sustainable through the implementation of technology. Her research on craftsmanship, smart textiles and sustainability resulted in a PhD thesis “Crafting sustainable smart textile services” presented in 2016 at Eindhoven University of Technology.
In February researchers from Aalto got the first ever H&M Global Change Award together with VTT and University of Helsinki (more info at Aalto University web page). The award came together with a one year innovation training program. As a part of that Marjaana Tanttu from FTFutures and Michael Hummel from Aalto Chem were participating a one week workshop in Shanghai.
This really interesting week included visits to H&M production and sales offices, and a factory visit to two Far Eastern Group textile factories, focusing on knitting, dyeing and garment manufacturing. During the week we learned a lot about textile process chain and volume of production in China. Below is the first half of a factory hall devoted for fabric opening and quality check!
Professor Vibeke Riisberg will give a presentation on sustainability projects of fashion and textile design students from Design School Kolding, Denmark.
When: Aalto ARTS (Arabia campus) Room 6087
Vibeke Riisberg holds a Ph.D. in design of printed textiles and the evolution from analogue to digital processes. She has done research in institutional contexts such as office environments and hospitals as well as design education. Recent research interests include handling of textiles in service systems, sustainability, design and aesthetic experience. Publications include Riisberg, V. & Bang, A. (2014): Design Practice and Aesthetics. Conference paper The Aesthetics of Design, May 16-18. Riisberg, V. et al (2014): AWARENESS – Tactility and Experience as Transformational Strategy. Conference paper Shape Shifting, April 14-16, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand. To be published in the proceedings. Riisberg, V. & Munch, A. V. (2015): Decoration and Durability – Ornaments and their ‘appropriateness’ from fashion and design to architecture. Published in the online journal Artifact. Brun Petersen, T. & Riisberg, V. (2016): Pockets, Buttons and Hangers: Designing a New Uniform for Health Care Professionals. Design Issues Volume 32, Number 1.