Flora Miranda's chosen mission is to challenge the obsolete ideas of haute couture — for several years she has been researching physical boundary experiences that take place in real and virtual spaces.
Für die Installation «Ideell» wird die Vitrine im Schaufenster der Rado Boutique in einen Kleiderschrank verwandelt. Darin zu sehen ist eine sorgfältig gebügelte und zusammengefaltete Bluse. Designerin Pia Bauernberger möchte mit ihrem Projekt die Wertschätzung zum Ausdruck, die ein einzelner, vermeintlich unbedeutender Gegenstand im Laufe der Zeit erfahren kann. Jeder Kleiderschrank gibt Auskunft über die Biografie eines Menschen. Jegliche Dinge, die sich darin befinden, können wertvolle und lebenslange Begleiter sein.
Illustrator and fashion designer Onka Allmayer-Beck once again demonstrates how diversely the theme of time can be interpreted in her ‘Zodiac’ project. Her project: A structure made from handpainted ceramic tiles that is open at the front, illustrating time both fragmented and in its entirety, and addressing the slowing of time. The artist hopes that her installation will force viewers to pause.
Floating in timelessness and weightlessness. In the sixth installation of the Rado Star Prize Austria 2017, everything once again revolves around time. With her work ‘Zero Gravity’, architect and designer Petra Stelzmüller aims to capture the moment when time is standing still and presented as vividly as possible. Her inspiration: a snapshot of a water droplet turning into a sphere in freefall. ‘Zero Gravity’ can be seen at the Rado boutique in Vienna until the end of the month.
"Point of View" is about a moving perspective, flexible thoughts and the art of looking at an idea from the right angle and making it a reality. "The daily struggle for the best design and the filtering of one's own thoughts was the original idea for our installation.
Once again the time has come for unlimited ideas and innovative designs! The next round of the Rado Star Prize Austria design competition runs from January to August 2017, with a presentation of creative installations from select designers in the shop window of the Rado store in Vienna.
“Time is running out like sand.” This fine crystalline material blown in the wind, deposited in sediment layers in different locations, forms a new topography," said Louisa Köber about her work. The "SandScape" project documents the process of creating a sand scenery.
Die Installation „Sandscape“ dokumentierte den Entstehungsprozess einer Sandlandschaft während des Zeitraums der Ausstellung. Ähnlich den Sanduhren, waren nach unten geöffnete Glaszylinder nebeneinander installiert, aus denen in unterschiedlicher Geschwindigkeit und Menge Sand herausrieselte. Das Ergebnis war irreversibel, einmalig und vergänglich.
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