Welcome to Fault Lines Online, an ongoing critical celebration of research by tutors who have participated in the KABK Research Groups, convened by the KABK Lectorate Design.
On this website, specially created by Vera van de Seyp, you can browse (and activate!) the projects-in-progress by: Hannes Bernard, Katrin Korfmann, Silvio Lorusso,Vibeke Mascini, Dirk-Jan Visser, Renske Maria van Dam, Sabin Garea, Shailoh Phillips, Laura van Santen and Marion Tränkle. Among other you can browse through each researcher’s notes, readings, sketches and iterations and more is to be added in the coming months!
On December 11, 2020, via Zoom, tutors took the audience on a live guided tour of the place where they do their research. Among others, we enjoyed: a performative discussion about craft in the KABK Wood Workshop; a visit to a photographer’s studio in Amsterdam; a walk in a Noordpolder landscape; a deep dive into a digital database; and a journey into the dimensionality of a virtual backdrop. Our guest critics were the environmental psychologist Adeola Enigbokan and software artist and author Marloes de Valk.
We invite you to watch the short videos of these presentations alongside your exploration of the projects on this site.
'Finger Exercises' demonstrations and feedback session with Laura van Santen + Interior Architecture & Furniture Design students.
An informal conversation about musical instrument making with Sabin Garea.
Welcome and introduction by Alice Twemlow
Laura van Santen: MAKE Eindhoven
Sabin Garea: KABK Wood workshop
Shailoh Phillips: KABK Library
Marion Tränkle: Virtual backdrop performance
Guest critic Adeola Enigbokan responds and leads discussion with 4 researchers
Meet up session about creative practice research with Renske van Dam and the Spacious community.
Alice Twemlow and shake it out dance session with Roosje Klap!
Dirk-Jan Visser, walk, Noordpolder, Groningen
Katrin Korfmann, physical and digital photo studio, Amsterdam
Vibeke Mascini, studio
Guest critics Adeoloa Enigbokan and Marloes de Valk respond and lead discussion with 3 researchers
Vera van de Seyp on symposium identity
Guest critic Marloes de Valk responds and leads discussion with 2 researchers
Closing discussion with Alice Twemlow, Adeola Enigbokan, Marloes de Valk and all researchers